Trains, dead phones and Lords!

Trains, dead phones and Lords!

In our latest blog Charlotte Dimond tells us about her trip to the House of Lords.

Last week was quite an adventure with a full day out of the office for a training course, a trip to the races with one of our lovely clients and then a lunch at the Lords (check me!).

Top five tips for PR students

Top five tips for PR students

In our latest blog, Eve Worthington, gives us her top tips on how the new generation of university PR students can make sure they end up being the cream of the crop!

Thousands of young people across the land are soon to begin one of the greatest experiences of their lives… the world of university! Many moons ago I was that eager young PR graduate embarking on an exciting new chapter of my life. Not only did it end up being a fantastic time socially for me but, 19 years since I started my course, my degree really did put me on the right path for what has been a rewarding and fruitful career journey so far.

Successful PR? Start with the letter A.

Successful PR? Start with the letter A.

Tuning in to other people’s conversations has always been one of my worst habits. It’s amazing what you hear while you’re out and about, especially on public transport.

It was on a recent train journey that the inspiration for this latest blog arrived. Sat on the 08:25 train from Sheffield to Leeds, I was speeding through the South Yorkshire countryside to the sound of two women in the seats behind detailing the highs and lows of working in a supermarket.