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Why I Left Big Companies to Work with Startups

Before coming to Propllr, I worked at two Fortune 200 companies. They both had very different cultures, but the things that made them similar are why I decided I needed a change of pace: my job descriptions were laid out like a manual and I...

Propllr Gives Back!

To celebrate the holidays this year, Propllr is donating to the following nine organizations – one chosen by each member of the team.

Propllr’s 3rd Annual Holiday Gift Guide

It’s that time of year again! We’re here to save you from showing up to holiday parties with ho-hum gifts for your loved ones. And this year, the Propllr team’s grown, which means even MORE suggestions for what to get the person in your life who...

Why I Switched to the “Dark Side:” A Journalist’s Journey to PR

I’ve wanted to be a journalist since I was 15. In 2008, at age 25, that dream became a reality. I spent the next decade working as a videographer, reporter, and editor, for HuffPost, The Jerusalem Post, and others. 

Propllr's 2nd Annual Holiday Gift Guide

Waited a little long to figure out everyone’s gifts this year? Fear not. The trusty Propllr team is here with suggestions on can’t-miss holiday gifts that will make you seem thoughtful and in control

Propllr's First Annual Holiday Gift Guide

Looking for a last minute gift for your favorite PR person?

Dispatches from SXSW: Max Levchin

This write-up was whipped together between sessions at SXSW. Grammatical mistakes and typos may occur, and are in fact – if they do occur – quite charming and authentic.

Startup Founder Lesson - Don't Be Murderous

Hello again!

This is the latest in our occasional emails with ideas on startup PR, updates from Propllr and shout-outs to folks deserving of shout-outs.

A New Office

First things first - as many of you know, Propllr has finally gone legit, with our...

Our Core Principles (and How We Got There)

I’ve been all-in on the great How to Start a Startup podcast and webinar series put together by Sam Altman and Y Combinator.

Myth-busting: You Do Your Best Work Under Pressure

I had an epiphany.

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