A mere glance at the newspaper will give you an idea of the diversity and omnipresence of crises, whether they be caused by incidents, accidents, revelations or other more incremental, less visible developments.
Whatever the case, one piece of information, of disinformation or a rumor might be enough to transform a difficult situation into a public affair that strains your resources and leadership.Contact us
Do you think you have news worth of coverage, but given the amount of news out there you are unsure whether to publish it because you lack the capacity to prepare it journalistically or to pitch it to selected media outlets?
Bad luck strikes, and you find yourself in a situation you are not prepared for? Even with a crisis manual at hand, you hesitate to communicate, as its guidelines don’t really seem to account for the circumstances you have to deal with?
You anticipate bad publicity, a labour dispute or even a lawsuit? In brief, an issue with potentially far-reaching consequences comes up, and you would like to prepare your sensitive communications as soon and as diligently as possible?
Are your internal communication flows suboptimal, to say the least? Rifts between departments and teams grow? And your internal communication tools, grown over the years, prove to be unfit for purpose?
A crisis response or upcoming issue might demand a public statement before the cameras and notebooks of the press? However, you lack a spokesperson, or the spokesperson lacks the experience? What helps is training to make the message clear.
Oxygen proposes internships to students and graduates. If you identify yourself with Oxygen & Partners’ positioning, bring adequate qualifications, seek to learn from our team and work while making a meaningful contribution by applying your own knowledge and perspectives in public relations, do not hesitate to submit your application and your CV.