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A recent graduate from the Joint Communications program at Red River College and the University of Winnipeg, Michelle Perron is a Communications Coordinator at Dooley Communications. Over the past two years Michelle combined her passion for public relations, communications, and sports by completing a number of internships with professional sports teams. Michelle worked for the…

We are very lucky to have several good morning television news programs in Winnipeg. Our team has developed some strong relationships with the producers, anchors and reporters who put on those shows. As a result we are able to book our clients on to those shows fairly frequently. That’s partly due to our relationships, but it’s…

How to have a successful public relations career I’m regularly asked to speak to public relations students to give them a chance to learn about how a PR agency operates. One of the questions I get every time – whether it’s at Red River College or the University of Winnipeg – is this: what skills do…

You are an expert in your field and you think everyone should know it? Welcome to the club. Just about every company in your field says the same thing. And yet some people and organizations manage to rise above the crowds and demonstrate true thought leadership in their industries. How do they do that? This…

An incredible experience from our client Frontiers North Adventures. They've teamed up with RAW:Almond to bring the pop-up restaurant to Churchill, where travellers can dine under the Northern Lights. Posted by Dooley Communications on Thursday, January 28, 2016

Public speaking is generally about as popular as emergency dental work, but it’s a very rare career that doesn’t require a person to speak in public at some point. Most of us speak in public more frequently than we think. We present at company meetings, meet with vendors and pitch ideas to executives. Just because…

One afternoon a few weeks ago, an email pinged into my inbox alerting me that a client was subject of a news story in southern Ontario. A regional manager had been interviewed for a local paper. He hadn’t said anything wrong, but he also hadn’t made the most of the opportunity. Also, head office hadn’t known…

We’re very happy to be helping our client Nutrigrill unveil it’s new multi-platform marketing campaign today. The new electric grill will soon be advertised via direct-retail TV and is also being supported by an online marketing campaign as well as pop up stores in Winnipeg. New Nutrigrill makes cooking faster, easier and healthier The next…

Communications and public relations is most often about solving problems. That’s what we do. We solve our clients’ problems all day, every day. If you need people to understand a new line of business, we figure out a way to make that happen. If you fear that public opinion and government policy is swaying in a…