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Specializing in communications, public relations, facilitation, and strategic planning. Click here to learn more about KBC services.
Kevin Brown, APR, FCPRS has delivered communications and public relations results for over 25 years. Prior to starting his communications & PR career he spent a decade searching out important stories as a radio journalist and learned how to tell them effectively. Kevin brought those skills with him to his communications and public relations career. He has been helping companies and organizations tell effective stories and develop meaningful public relations ever since. He is a proven performer in crisis situations. He’s a focused facilitator who can lead you through community engagement and public participation processes. He can lead your organization in development of its Strategic Plan.
If you have a communications or public relations challenge, let Kevin help turn that into an opportunity.
Located in Prince George and serving all of British Columbia.
Kevin Brown, APR, FCPRS is a strategic thinker who uses solid research and analysis to identify new opportunities for business success. Kevin develops effective solutions which strengthen corporate reputations and business relationships with stakeholders. Kevin also understands the need for a quick and strategic response when clients need it most.
If you are looking for a responsive communications consultant who can deliver a broad range of services, help resolve a crisis or help you tell your story, Kevin should be your choice. He brings over three decades of media and communications experience to work for his clients. Kevin is accredited (APR) by the Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) and is a member of the CPRS College of Fellows (FCPRS) in recognition of his 20+ years of work in public relations; mentoring of new PR professionals and advocacy for the PR principles of CPRS.
Kevin brings over 34 years of media and public relations experience to work for his clients. The photos in his gallery showcase capture just a few of his many milestone work and volunteer experiences.
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Just as publicly traded companies have to report quarterly financial results, I’ve decided to present a brief quarterly report on projects and progress at KBC. So despite a few more weeks of Summer 2019 here I go with my Summer Quarterly Update.
In May, I had the opportunity to facilitate a Strategic Planning session for the Board and staff of the Métis Financial Corporation of BC (MFCBC). It was held in Kelowna and we began with a golf game at The Harvest Golf Club. I may recommend that all strategic planning sessions begin with a round of golf at a superb course, or at least something active and fun.
MFCBC provides financial services to Métis entrepreneurs around BC and the Board wanted a strategic plan to guide the organization for the next three years. The 1st MFCBC Strategic Plan will be released soon and posted on their website at www.mfcbc.ca.
In July, I had the opportunity to attend my 1st ever Cheslatta Carrier Nation annual Campout. I had heard about this week-long gathering of Cheslatta members from far and wide for years. All I can say is that if you ever get the opportunity to attend don’t think twice. It’s a week-long celebration of Cheslatta history, culture and a chance for families to reconnect on the shores of Cheslatta Lake. Wednesday is considered Visitors Day at the Campout.
This year Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation, Hon. Scott Fraser stopped by to help celebrate the signing of a Settlement Agreement between the Cheslatta and Province of BC. A number of other representatives of Cheslatta business partners did the same and despite cool temperatures and almost steady rain, it was a great day for everyone who attended.
In July, I also enjoyed the opportunity to work with the Lheidli T’enneh Nation (LTN) on development of their 1st monthly newsletter in some years. This is part of Chief and Council’s commitment to members to communicate more effectively and frequently. The response from members was extremely positive.
LTN is also updating its website and the SEPTEMBER edition of Lheidli Whut’en Dustl’us will be distributed in early September.
Enjoy the last days of summer and I’ll be back with my Fall Quarterly Update in a few months!
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