Compare Red Light PR vs Rhino PR BETASee how Rhino PR vs. Red Light PR compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I worked at Red Light PR for less than a year
Great networking opportunities Professional yet easy going atmosphere Work with known stylists in the industry Get hands on fashion pr experience
You need to be a communicative person and need to be proactive. Talking to people is key, and expressing what you want to learn while you're there will take you a long way.
Advice to Management
Have the interns shadow the AE's I loved my internship experience, definitely showed me how the fashion pr industry works
I have been working at Rhino PR for more than 3 years
The ability to work with a team of respected and experience professionals who are supportive is a rarity. Susan leads the team with a compassionate and knowledgeable hand and is always striving for... the highest and best. The members of the team are equally as compassionate and knowledgeable and will effortlessly lend a hand in helping out, educating and mentoring. It is greatly comforting to know that you can go to anyone in this group and ask for help, talk out a client situation, brainstorm or just say 'hi'; it is truly a team.
Transitioning from a larger firm to a smaller firm could be challenging. Team members pitch in where it may not be "their job". I consider that a 'pro', however I can see how some could see it as a... 'con'. It simply serves to build a tighter team and clients truly appreciate it.