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Learning to love construction

Posted by: Natalie Thomas
Categories: Construction, PR

Learning to love construction

In her second blog, Natalie, one of our PR Account Executives, writes about her first impressions of the construction industry. Does she #loveconstruction? Read on to find out… Read the rest of this article »

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Crossing ‘the divide’

Posted by: Natalie Thomas
Categories: PR

Crossing the divide

Two years after graduating from university with a Journalism Studies degree, Harris’ new PR Account Executive Natalie Thomas has moved on from the journalism profession and branched off into what a few hardened hacks call ‘the dark side’. Here, she writes about her transition to PR and her ambitions for the future. Read the rest of this article »

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Crisis? What crisis?

Posted by: Tim Crowther
Categories: PR

So many companies plan for business growth and, whilst the current economic furore has knocked many of those plans for six, establishing a strategy for the future remains a hot topic at most company boardroom meetings. However, what is often omitted is planning for bad news. Tim Crowther, our resident PR and broadcast expert, explains why crisis management ought to be a regular agenda item, and considers how you might respond in the face of adversity. Read the rest of this article »

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Create your digital toolbox

Posted by: Tim Crowther
Categories: Interactive, PR

Whether you like it, loathe it or just don’t understand it, ‘new media’ PR is here to stay, and in its many guises it will become an ever important strand of communicating with a mass market. Read the rest of this article »

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Tim’s top tips for public speaking

Posted by: Tim Crowther
Categories: PR

Many of us are asked to address an audience at some point, be that as part of a presentation or as part of a business pitch. Unless we’re seasoned performers, we all get apprehensive beforehand – and nerves can either make or break our performance.

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