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5 PR mistakes told by communication expert Laura K. Inamedinova

Laura K. Inamedinova. Credit: Saq Imtiaz People say that there is no bad publicity, but in reality just one sentence can do a lot of harm. Business owners should think very hard before releasing any kind of statements and plan everything ahead. Even huge companies like AirBnb or Volkswagen had some major PR fails. I sat down and spoke with Laura K. Inamedinova, founder of marketing company Inamedinova Media, to talk about the biggest mistakes that young entrepreneurs make and how to avoid them.
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