*courtesy ZDnet

A recent article from The Economist says “Other firms’ suffering has bolstered the public-relations business” and while PR is always a good investment in a recession over advertising, the Queen says this article paints a far rosier picture than those of us in PR experienced last year.

Boutique firms suffered greatly while it appears large firms did not – could that be because they lowered their billing standards and took little clients away from the smaller companies?  Based on our own research, we think so.

What say you?