What PR Lessons We Learned from Sochi Olympics
By Todd Murphy | March 3rd, 2014
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Sochi didn’t have one huge image-making moment, and that might be the biggest victory of all. The Winter Olympics of 2014 wasn’t marred by terrorism, violence, protests, or organizational issues. Russia gets credit for serving as a competent, welcoming host. The organizers and supporters of the 2014 Winter Olympics should be incredibly pleased with the success of the 17-day-long set of events.
By Tim Kadahl, Solutions Manager and Writer, Universal Information Services
(Tim Kaldahl has been with Universal Information Services since August 2013. With over 20 years experience in public relations and media relations, Tim works with a wide range of clients to create customized media tracking and PR measurement solutions.)
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