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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.
I've got 5 minutes before I have to speak to the press - what do I need to remember?Published: 21 October 14 Written by Brian O'Sullivan Blog
Okay, keep calm. If you remember nothing more than the following tips you will be able to ‘face the media’ with confidence. Remember: it is HOW you say what you say that really matters, which is why you have to acquire the techniques.
The e-volution of the PR industryPublished: 13 October 14 Written by Mackenzie Gorham Blog
Working with a group of talented former journalists at SE10 has allowed me to learn a lot during my internship – but being one of the only Public Relations majors in the company, I realized that I also have some insight worth sharing. During my college education, the growth of the internet and its impact on the industry was constantly emphasized.
What next? From graduating highs to job hunting lows...Published: 08 October 14 Written by Rachel Myers Blog
So you have your degree, but what is the next step? You are outside the bubble and safety of a university campus and life. No more student loans or unquestioned hand-outs from your parents. The constant questions, “What do you want to do now?”
How to establish a strong working relationship with your new PR agencyPublished: 06 October 14 Written by Hannah Kitchener Blog
After a long pitching process you've finally decided on a PR agency and are keen to start producing some exciting publicity together – but where to begin? Here are a few tips to help establish an effective relationship with your account team right from the offset.
From courthouse to PR nerve center: the history of SE10's London locationPublished: 01 October 14 Written by Rachel Myers Blog
The Angel Inn, Angel Corner House, 1 Islington High Street. All names for the property that now houses the SE10 London office. Islington High Street is a place of ancient settlement, the consequence of its key position for travelers to and from London.
Heavy equipment online – it’s good to be socialPublished: 29 September 14 Written by Jenny Early Blog
It’s hard to remember a time when the internet didn’t do everything. Got a question? Google it. Need groceries? Order them. Want to chat to your long-lost cousin on the other side of the globe? Skype them. I think we can safely say the internet has caught on. And we are not passive players in this drama.