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World PR Day: Millions Around the World to Celebrate Public Relations on July 16

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Millions of Public Relations practitioners across the globe are set to celebrate the second edition of the annual World PR Day to hold on July 16, 2022.

 

Launched in 2021 to forge a global agenda of enlightening the world about the nobility and misconceptions around PR, World PR Day witnessed participation from thousands of practitioners, organisations, and public observers.

 

Set aside as a day dedicated to truth, honesty and reputation management in a way that is beneficial to all people across the globe, July 16 also honours Ivy Lee, one of the pioneers of Public Relations practice who was born on the same date 145 years ago.

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The second World PR Day will further advance conversations on the topical understanding and outlook of the practice. It will extensively spotlight the strengths, limitations, and potential of the profession, as well as the utilisation of new tools and trends, value propositions, and funding.

 

BHM Founder and CEO, Ayeni Adekunle, said, “We decided to begin to have tough, largely ignored conversations about PR last year, and we want to show once again how the practice has deeper connotations to how our world functions than it gets credit for.

 

“It is in our collective interests for the world to continue to understand the role of PR in shaping and inspiring not only businesses or governance across the globe but critical human actions that can make or mar generations to come.”

 

As part of a three-pronged activity, the 2022 World PR Day will feature #MyPRStory – an inclusive new media activity where every PR professional will be encouraged to share one unforgettable memory from their journey in the PR industry. The stories will help to show the world the many facets of PR practice and how they impact society.

 

The event will also feature the PR Bible – a crowdsourced repository of PR resources from PR pros across the world.

 

A Fireside Chat on Twitter Spaces featuring top PR executives across the world to drive conversations and answer questions on trust, truth, and transparency will make up the third frame of the day’s activities.

 

Alastair McCapra, Chief Executive, Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR); Francis Ingham, Director General of the Public Relations and Communications Association (PRCA); Nitin Mantri, President, International Communications Consultancy Organization (ICCO); Rachel Roberts President, Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR); Sylvester Chauke, Chief Architect – DNA Brand Architects; Steve Barrett, Editorial Director, PRWeek and Emma Wenani Chief Director, GMA Worldwide, have been confirmed to speak at the event.

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PR practitioners and enthusiasts across the globe are encouraged to actively participate in the celebration by hosting formal events, global recognitions, seminars, debates, or workshops and; reading up and learning about PR through CIPR, PRSA or PRCA publications.

 

Stephen Waddington, a WPRD Committee Advisor and the Managing Partner, Wadds Inc., a professional advisory firm said, “We urge practitioners to drive social conversations by sharing their thoughts about the value, opportunity, relevance, and future of the PR profession on social media or publish blog posts and opinion editorials on their LinkedIn page or company websites.

 

“Participants can add to the conversations by sharing videos of their PR experience on YouTube or Instagram tagging @wordprday or using the hashtag – WPRD.”

 

In the first-ever World PR Day celebration, BHM successfully propelled conversations around the world to extol the merit of PR practice. Conversations in the edition centred around the rise of digital communications over the years, the reductive view of PR’s scope of functions, and the common failure of organisations to attribute the results of PR activities to their top line.

 

BHM also drives the Global Day of Influence – an annual event launched in 2020 to raise awareness about the need to stop the abuse of influence.

 

The events are part of the international PR firm’s general commitment to continually propagate the appreciation of PR and its impact on the world.

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How to Make Cookie Dough From Scratch

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Master the art of making cookie dough from scratch. This easy-to-follow recipe for dough can be prepared in just ten straightforward stages and can be used as a foundation for producing any of your favorite cookie dough recipes.

If you want your homemade cookie dough to turn out flawless every time, follow these tips and tricks from the pros.

Ingredients

All cookies are made using butter, sugar, eggs, and flour, but the procedure used to make the dough varies from recipe to recipe, even from a Cookie Dough Delivery.

You’ll discover how to scan an ingredient list to determine whether or not it yields a cookie you’ll like. Here are the ingredients to start:

  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 teaspoon table salt
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
  • 2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chip
  • 3/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 3/4 cup packed brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup salted butter, very soft
  • 2 large eggs

Step-by-Step Instructions

Here are the step-by-step instructions for making cookie dough from scratch so that you may prepare them for any event.

1. Turn the Oven Temperature up to 375 Degrees

You may use a nonstick spray to prevent the cookies from sticking to the baking pan, or you can use a liner. Both parchment paper and silicone liners are quite effective in their respective roles.

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2. The Two Sugars Should be Combined Well

It’s important to break up any pieces of brown sugar and thoroughly mix the two sugars. Dark brown sugar has a richer caramel flavor, while light brown sugar will make your cookies a little sweeter.

3. In Little Amounts, Mix the Melted Butter into the Sugar

It helps to combine the butter and sugar much more thoroughly.

4. Combine the Eggs One at a Time While Mixing

Eggs should be broken immediately into the bowl containing the butter and sugar mixture. After the eggs have been broken, use your spoon to give them a quick beating, swirling them into the butter and sugar.

5. Vanilla, Salt, and Baking Soda Should be Measured and Combined

Now is the time to thoroughly combine the batter. Make sure there are no leftover clumps and that the batter is uniform in color. Instead of adding the salt and baking soda to the flour, you may combine them in a separate dish with the flour.

6. Stir All of the Flour at Once

At this stage, you want to avoid over-mixing the batter to prevent the formation of an excessive amount of gluten. It would help if you stopped combining the ingredients when there is no longer any visible flour on the dough or in the bottom of the bowl.

7. Incorporate the Chocolate Chips

Put the chocolate chips into the mixture.

8. Scoop the Batter onto the Baking Sheet, Leaving About 5 Centimeters Between Each Dough Ball

Use a tablespoon to measure the dough and then roll it into slightly rounded balls roughly the size of ping-pong balls. You may make it bigger or smaller depending on your preferences!

9. Cook the Cookies for Nine to Eleven Minutes

Take them out when they appear puffed up when they have set around the edges, and when they are dry to the touch. On the baking sheet, you should let them cool down for a few minutes. They will eventually collapse in on themselves when the temperature drops.

10. Place the Cookies on a Cooling Rack

Proceed to bake the remaining cookies one batch at a time.

References:

https://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-chocolate-chip-cookies-cooking-lessons-from-the-kitchn-109117

https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchen/chocolate-chip-cookie-dough-3363883

https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/255365/edible-cookie-dough/

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