Chicago, IL, June 18, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Chicago's newest PR and Marketing Agency has taken a proactive role in tapping into the continuous disasters and debacles of politicians and businessmen that are caught off-guard when responding to social networking calamities from the press. Whether it's a politician or a high-powered athlete, these types of catastrophes continue to hurt their supporters and ruin the lives of the person/s involved.
"I believe that we're all human and mistakes are going to be part of who we are for the rest of our lives," said Tracy Brittain, in her downtown office. "When I see failures in Internet Communications that devastate the lives of good people, then it may be time to try and help curve this type of behavior and more importantly get out in front of the story---in the right way."
Brittain's High-Impact Crisis Management Team for Cyberspace and Internet Disasters, will create steps in order to get in front of the story and not allow the person involved to address the media until the team speaks to him or her and gets an honest take on what happened.
Twitter, Facebook and other social networking sites are still fairly new and BCPR wants the people involved to realize how the Internet can cause adversity and devastation; yet help them reach constituents and improve the lives of others in their district in a good way. That's what social networking should do in most instances.
Meanwhile, The High-Impact Team knows the techniques of image recovery and putting the misfortune behind them in the quickest way possible. The mainstay is for the business or person to get back to living their lives and not having to resign from their post or high-powered job, due to not handling the cataclysm correctly in the first place.
BCPR is available Monday thru Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Central time. The address (by appointment only) is 22 W. Washington Street, Chicago, IL 60602. The contact phone is toll-free 877-620-6088 anytime.