Category: PR

Talk Shop implements Pawrental Leave Policy, giving new pet parents time off

As of August 26th, National Dog Day, Talk Shop will offer team members the chance to take time off around the adoption of a new pet. This paid time off policy will allow new dog or cat owners time to focus on bonding with their new family member. It will help them have some time to adjust to their new pet owning duties, and let their new ‘fur babies’ settle into their new home.

Talk Shop Takes Bitcoin 2022

After a four-day Odd-yssey (emphasis on odd) at Bitcoin 2022, our team took the largest Bitcoin event in history by storm. The phrase, “Bullish on Bitcoin” was never more evident than a showing with headliners like Serena Williams, Jordan Peterson and Peter Thiel. The event kicked off with an unveiling of a New York stock-exchange-inspired crypto bull. It was complete with NFT art galleries, an indoor volcano, epic parties and a musical music festival feel. Overall the four-day affair was a deep dive into the weird and wonderful. From advancements in the lightning network and open source technology to counterculture influences, here are our takeaways from this year’s Bitcoin 2022 Conference.

5 Tips to Prepare for Your Virtual Media Interview

As media interviews and speaking engagements have continued to shift online, Talk Shop has been working with company leaders and spokespeople to adapt our media training sessions to this new virtual landscape. When preparing for a virtual speaking engagement, press conference, or interview with a TV reporter or podcast host, there is now an additional layer of considerations to keep in mind.

Dec. 16th, 2020
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Talk Shop’s Holiday Gift Guide – Top Tech Gifts

‘Tis the season of giving! As a top Canadian Public Relations agency, we work with some of the best brands that Canada has to offer. We feel incredibly lucky to work with these amazing companies, and we want to pass along our insider PR industry knowledge to you! We’ve rounded up our top picks for a holiday gift guide series that has something on it for everyone. From gifts for the gadget-obsessed, creations crafted by local artisans and BIPOC-owned businesses, this list is a one-stop-shop that allows you to support Canadian brands (and avoid the mall!).