Non-Profit PR VS Corporate PR

The obvious differences between non-profit and corporate PR is the payroll. In non-profit PR there is no money being generated. It is through the donations from people and companies that these firms receive money. This money received is for some sort of cause. Very little money is set aside for distribution to employees. This is why this type of PR is called non-profit. An example of a non-profit PR company is Goodwill. Corporate PR, on the other hand, represents clients for money. An example would be Edelman who represent companies like Best Buy. Both types of PR try to communicate a message and maintain a relationship.


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