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Baby Yoda stands on rocks
Scroll through LinkedIn or flip open any busi­ness mag­a­zine and it seems like the cor­po­rate world col­lec­tive­ly just dis­cov­ered a brand-new con­cept: Empathy. And it’s no won­der: If ever there was a time for lead­ers to flex their emo­tion­al-intel­li­gence mus­cles and try to under­stand what their col­leagues, cus­tomers and com­mu­ni­ties are going through, it’s now. Peo­ple are...
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Our Bell­mont Part­ners team will be the first to say that cre­at­ing a roadmap with clear strat­e­gy and thought­ful devel­op­ment is a cru­cial part of hav­ing a suc­cess­ful com­mu­ni­ca­tions plan. And we also will affirm the need for flex­i­bil­i­ty to adapt and take advan­tage of unique, unfore­seen oppor­tu­ni­ties. Whether that means jump­ing to respond to...
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Nav­i­gat­ing health­care is com­plex, and per­haps nev­er more intim­i­dat­ing or bur­den­some than the past cou­ple of years. The COVID-19 pan­dem­ic has swept the world with tragedy and immense pres­sure on our health­care sys­tems; men­tal health chal­lenges and ill­ness­es are on the rise; and the cost and com­plex­i­ty of nav­i­gat­ing the many options indi­vid­u­als and fam­i­lies...
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TV screenshot of owner Brian Bellmont
Recent­ly I took a look at PR role mod­els in pop cul­ture and came up fair­ly emp­ty. Yes, there were a few exag­ger­at­ed char­ac­ters like Saman­tha Jones from “Sex and the City.” But if they didn’t exact­ly spark a rush of peo­ple apply­ing for PR jobs, who did? The like­ly answer: fic­tion­al jour­nal­ists. In the 70s,...
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People stand together in front of fireplace
As Bell­mont Part­ners cel­e­brates 25 years, a core pri­or­i­ty as the agency’s grown has been to cul­ti­vate an orga­ni­za­tion that focus­es on empow­er­ing employ­ees and sup­port­ing one anoth­er to become bet­ter pro­fes­sion­als. Recent­ly, we were hon­ored to be named one of Min­neapo­lis-St. Paul Busi­ness Journal’s Best Places to Work – for the fourth time –...
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Retro television sits on table
If there was ever a career rep­re­sent­ed on TV that needs some PR, it’s PR. The small screen is over­flow­ing with cops, doc­tors and lawyers. And espe­cial­ly dur­ing many cur­rent PR prac­ti­tion­ers’ for­ma­tive years – in the 70s, 80s, and 90s – sit-coms and dra­mas fea­tured a vari­ety of well-defined careers for all sorts of icon­ic...
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People sit on couch during newscast
When each day is con­stant­ly full of break­ing news, and cir­cum­stances around the world – both big and small – seem to always be in flux, how do you max­i­mize your media rela­tions efforts and cut through the noise? We’ve put togeth­er four ele­ments from our strate­gic approach that help us con­nect with jour­nal­ists, share...
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The U.S. Cen­sus Bureau recent­ly released results from the 2020 Cen­sus, high­light­ing new changes and trends in com­mu­ni­ties across the country. While the data will be used to deter­mine leg­isla­tive seats for upcom­ing elec­tions over the next decade, there are plen­ty of insights to be gained from the accom­pa­ny­ing demo­graph­ic data from a com­mu­ni­ca­tions standpoint. As com­mu­ni­ca­tors,...
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Invitation to Bellmont Partners, Second Harvest Heartland Share Nonprofit-Anniversary Expertise event
Your nonprofit’s big anniver­sary is on the hori­zon – how can you max­i­mize the mile­stone so it shines the spot­light on your orga­ni­za­tion while build­ing aware­ness and boost­ing your abil­i­ty to fundraise? Account Super­vi­sor Bri­ana Grue­newald and clients Megan Muske, chief devel­op­ment offi­cer, Sec­ond Har­vest Heart­land; and Dana Nel­son, prin­ci­pal and founder, DCN Strate­gies, shared their...
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sunset through a glass lightbulb
Cre­ativ­i­ty is a fun­ny lit­tle friend that can show up when you least expect it and, on days when we feel in a rut, can be elu­sive and hard to come by. Work­ing in a cre­ative field doesn’t guar­an­tee a free flow of ideas at all times. We have to find it, fos­ter it and...
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From Dog Brews to Flowers to Digital Consultancy – Who’s New in Q2
June 28, 2022
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People Want to Hear from People: A Strategy to Build Trust
June 25, 2022
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Q&A With Bellmont Partners New Account Strategist, Angela Seutter
June 22, 2022
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Live Your Healthy Lyfe: Connecting North Minneapolis Residents with Health Resources
June 21, 2022
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Mental Health in the Workplace – Supporting Yourself and Your Colleagues
May 19, 2022
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What’s Brewing? with Jaime Taets, CEO of The Keystone Group
May 17, 2022

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