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This blog shares the latest PR thinking from across our three offices, as well as a behind-the-scenes look at some of our most exciting projects and events.
FT Future of Construction SummitPublished: 08 August 17 Written by Katherine Brook Blog
'Driving productivity through disruptive innovation and collaboration'... with added girl power.
Is PR to blame for ‘Fake News’?Published: 24 July 17 Written by George Parker Blog
PR and ‘Fake News’ should be natural enemies. PR done well relies on the publication of accurate information whereas ‘Fake News’, well… the clues in the name. SE10 intern George Parker questions how PR can remain unsullied when everyone else is dishing the dirt?
Thought leadership: How to do it rightPublished: 26 May 17 Written by Sophie Zhang Blog
Companies, big or small, want to be part of the conversation but many, especially early-stage businesses, struggle to find the right way. A thought leadership campaign might be the answer, one that highlights the company's expertise and establishes the brand in the mind of interested people on targeted topics.
Saving the planet, cinnamon swirl in handPublished: 07 December 16 Written by Katherine Brook Blog
Account Executive Katherine Brook helped promote the latest Construction Climate Challenge (CCC) seminar, which took place in Birmingham, UK.
Bonding over bricksPublished: 11 October 16 Written by Hannah Kitchener Blog
Having worked to promote the ingenuity and fun-factor of the new LEGO Technic Volvo EW160E excavator, it was time for members of SE10's London office to put their money where their mouth is and have a go at assembling the model themselves. Here's what they learned.
It pays to be nicePublished: 27 September 16 Written by Brian O'Sullivan Blog
The ability to get along with people is seriously under-rated in business. But because it's a bit fluffy and often can't be learnt or measured, 'get-along-ability' tends to be ignored in business self-help books and MBA curricula. But it is, assuming that you can do your job relatively well, among the most important attributes for a successful career.