Are you resigned to just sit back and wait for the onslaught of reporters, eager to speak with you? Here’s what most reporters will tell you: “If we’re interested, we’ll call you.” Here’s what they have told me off the record. “Seriously, I get hundreds of emails a day. If I don’t expect the email, […]
About Rob Felber
As president of Felber PR & Marketing, Rob Felber brings more than 25 years of experience to bear for a diverse range of clients including Crain's Communications, Hitachi Medical, SSP, The Sika Corporation, Soprema USA, Saint-Gobain Flight Structures and Thogus Products Company.
In addition, he is active throughout the community and has held numerous leadership positions within marketing associations. As an "ambassador" for The Promotional Products Association International, Rob has appeared as a guest speaker on college campuses including Kent State, John Carroll, Cleveland State and Akron Universities and before a variety of business organizations. Rob has also served area business and the community at large as:
President of the Twinsburg Chamber of Commerce
Vice President - Public Relations for the Ohio Venture Association
Board of Governors Chair for The Club at Key Center
Member of the John Carroll University Entrepreneurs Association
Rob has also dedicated 11 years on the leadership team for The American Cancer Society's Relay For Life - Twinsburg/Nordonia and has chaired the 2011 and 2012 events. In his "spare time" Rob is the Public Information Officer for the Hillcrest Technical Rescue Team of which he has been a member and firefighter/paramedic since 1983.
Rob is a well-known speaker on the subjects of public relations, advertising and other marketing communications disciplines. In addition, he continually uses his wide network of professional affiliations and contacts to the benefit of his clients.
Entries by Rob Felber
We need to be reminded, from time to time, that we’re humans. Every one of our five senses is important. As one of our favorite clients, Makuta Technics reminds us, there is nothing like “eyes on.” Michelle and I just returned from a two day trip to visit with them in their Indiana factory. […]
Tradeshows for Manufacturers: the Good, the Bad and, the Ugly WHEN Thursday, September 13, 2012 8:00 to 10:00 AM Networking begins at 7:30 AMWHERE Polaris Career Center 7285 Old Oak Boulevard Middleburg Heights, OH 44130 COST SAVE $5 NOW! RSVP by September 6, 2012 $25 WIRE-Net Members $35 Non Members After September 6th $30 WIRE-Net […]
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In the previous post we discussed what most manufacturers often miss at trade conference; they miss the opportunity to impact their brand and expand company name recognition with their target audience. Now, you know that coordinated research and efforts to engage with the media covering a show is beneficial. So, now what? You may think […]
The show traffic was heavy. You made many appointments and even a few sales. Months of pre-show planning, training, traffic building promotions and creative booth design seems to have created success. So, what could you possibly have missed? You sponsored the cocktail party, hosted client dinners; you even held a demonstration on the show floor. […]
> Yes the official Earth Day is almost here, but every day should be celebrated as earth day. As a society that is the world’s largest producer and consumer we have a responsibility to help sustain out natural resources and our planet. Sustainability is more than just a word in our corporate culture but a […]
>You walk into a meeting of five people, and the instinct is to immediately hand them your business card. Don’t do it! Why? Because they didn’t ask for it. Promotional Consultant Today shares these strategies for making people ask for your business card Let me explain why that’s important. What happens when we give out […]
>Every year the Super Bowl commercials get a lot of hype. So much so that there was a 1 hour special on CBS Friday night about the best Super Bowl commercials. I of course watched it. After getting a sneak peak at some of this year’s commercials, I was mildly disappointed. They showed a handful […]
>Wow! What a start to 2011. This should be a year of renewed energy in marketing by evidence of the current activity in the marketplace. I said I would report from our national convention held in early January, but so many new campaigns have prevented me from writing until today. As promised here is a […]