AP offers fast track to face time

NEW YORK: The Associated Press set up a website to help members, customers and communication professionals get face time with AP staff and executives.

NEW YORK: The Associated Press set up a website to help members, customers and communication professionals get face time with AP staff and executives.

Called APInteract.com, the website lists events where AP representatives will be appearing as speakers or exhibitors, offers a way to request one-one-one meetings, schedule AP speakers for an event and submit questions.

AP marketing communications manager Amy Silberman said the website is a way for customers and members to connect with someone inside the company and acts as a business development tool. “PR is an area we would like to continue to grow,” she added.

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