Lifestyle

Women in PR – My Top 5 Inspirations

Happy International Women's Day! To celebrate, I wanted to put together a quick post about some of the women I admire in PR, and who inspire me every day (i'm all about girl power after all). Though there are so many powerful women who are big names in the industry, I wanted to make this… Continue reading Women in PR – My Top 5 Inspirations

Lifestyle

Getting my Voice Heard

I've been writing from an early age (and by early age I mean writing stories on our computer with the dial up modem when I was about 7 years old) and I've always loved it. So, why am I studying PR and not journalism? Wouldn't that be more my style? Maybe, but when I started uni… Continue reading Getting my Voice Heard

Student/PR

A Good Idea and a Poor Execution

I'm forever going over the importance of social media, and today I have yet another example of how not to use it. Brewdog, the self-proclaimed 'hardcore' beer brand was picked up in the news today regarding their latest product: the Pink IPA. A product which, if you actually read about it has a pretty interesting concept behind.… Continue reading A Good Idea and a Poor Execution

Student/PR

Tesco and the £4bn Equal Pay Crisis

Checking the news this morning saw something catch my eye - Tesco are heading to court surrounding a £4billion speculation regarding the underpaying of some women in their warehouses. Alongside the speculation, many shop workers have came forward contending they are doing the same, if not more work than those who work in the warehouse… Continue reading Tesco and the £4bn Equal Pay Crisis