Tag Archives: PR

Resolutions, predictions and a New Year

In this post Christmas and pre New Year time people often start thinking about resolutions. They look at what they want to change in their lives and use the opportunity of a new calendar year to implement the move. I … Continue reading

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Building a stronger PR industry

“Only 2% of PR practitioners described the main income earner in their household (parents) as state pensioners, casual and lowest grade workers, unemployed with state benefits only.” Continue reading

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Pulling the shutters down

This is just one story. There are so many more. Businesses that had been thriving, busy and at the heart of local communities are being stretched. Continue reading

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In the spotlight

What we have to do is find a way to put the spotlight on the important work that is taking place and is helping communities. Continue reading

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Facing the future by focusing on today

I like many people watched the announcement of a month long lockdown with concern and rising anxiety. It was made worse by the drip, drip of information during the day, the delay in the press conference and some unfathomable charts. … Continue reading

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The most wonderful time of the year?

When you are living with a crisis you are not able to take time off in the same way. Continue reading

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Tweeting a decade away

It had taken three days from the initial conversation to the execution of the tweetathon. Continue reading

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Rumour, speculation and leaks

Living in Greater Manchester I am expecting to face similar restrictions but with no clarity and just having the carrot of a Boris Johnson statement later dangled in front of me brings anxiety. Will it impact on my work? How will my life have to change again? How long will I face restrictions? Continue reading

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Planning for the future

In the past I have felt that in-house was looked down upon and seen as an easy option. Continue reading

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#FuturePRoof 4 – a time of change

There are few books that you read and feel both uncomfortable and positive at the same time. The latest edition of #FuturePRoof, which is actually the fourth publication, is a vital addition to reading lists for all PR and communication … Continue reading

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