Vancouver, Canada – ClickDishes Inc., the food tech mobile app company that enables users to mobile order from any restaurant, is excited to announce that they are launching their ‘Grab & Go’ service with eleven restaurants in Downtown Vancouver.
“Vancouver is one of the most tech-savvy cities in Canada and also has one of the best food scenes in the country,” says Alec Wang, Co-Founder & CEO of ClickDishes. “As such, we are very excited to launch ClickDishes in Vancouver with our eleven restaurant partners, and to see how we can grow in the city.”
We have been reaching out to journalists and media professionals to chat with them about their experiences in the industry. For our latest ‘Questions for Journalists’ we had the opportunity to interview Alastair Goldfisher, venture capital editor for Buyouts Insider, contributing to Venture Capital Journal and PE Hub. Alastair primarily reports on venture firms and their startups, pretty much anything to do with fundraising, investment trends, sector analysis, personnel news and other topics worldwide about the VC industry. Alastair has worked as a business journalist since 1994. He’s been with the Buyouts Insider group since 2003. Previously, he was the founding editor of California CEO and before that was a reporter with the Silicon Valley Business Journal. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The Agency is happy to announce the recent hire of its new Communications Assistant, Melanie Tapper.
Melanie is a second-year Bachelor of Communications Public Relations student from Mount Royal University (MRU). Before joining The Agency, Melanie had the opportunity to gain communications experience with an Alberta non-profit that supports youth, as well as work on a number of PR volunteer projects. Melanie is excited to join The Agency team and learn more about agency work.
Anyone who spends five seconds looking can find examples of bad PR practices. In April, there were three HUGE PR disasters – United Airlines’ violent passenger removal, Pepsi’s ad faux-pas, and #FyreFestival. It can be harder to find out what is actually effective and works in the PR industry. So, we’ve rounded up some resources for you in April’s ‘This Month in Public Relations’ post: