I love blog series that involve interviews, mainly because they get a great reception and I meet some pretty fab people through them too. So, when I thought of the idea of interviewing journalists to quiz them on the taboo topic of PR & journo relationships, I was keen to get stuck in. I also… Continue reading #CutThroughTheNoise – an interview with journalist Kenny Toal, from ITV Studios
I love blog series that involve interviews, mainly because they get a great reception and I meet some pretty fab people through them too. So, when I thought of the idea of interviewing journalists to quiz them on the taboo topic of PR & journo relationships, I was keen to get stuck in. I also… Continue reading #CutThroughTheNoise – an interview with journalist David Spencer, from TalkSPORT
Okay so disclaimer, I do drink really. I enjoy a night out as much as the next person and cocktails when I'm in the mood for them are always great. However, I think what makes me different (and probably a bit weirder) than all my friends and other people my age, is that I just don't enjoy… Continue reading I’m a 21-year-old who doesn’t drink, so what?
I'm learning a lot in this industry, and I'm learning it fast. Something I've picked up on while dotting in and out of the PR industry over the past year and a half is that there seems to be this thing between PRs and journalists. They find one and other really hard to work with... Apparently. I've… Continue reading Let’s talk about the taboo subject of journalists & PRs
Sorry for the slight AWOL recently - i've been very busy moving out of university and freelancing, my blog has suffered at the hands of this and i'm all too aware. I'll be putting extra effort in to getting posts out for you guys soon, both lifestyle and PR. But for now, I have another… Continue reading It’s Time to Call the Shots on Gun Law
If you're a keen Twitter user, you'd have undoubtedly heard the saying 'the devil works hard but Kris Jenner works harder' following whichever Kardashian/Jenner stunt has hit the news last. UPDATE: I wrote this post a while ago, but since I did the latest Kardashian drama that has come to light is that Chloe Kardashians… Continue reading The Jenner Pregnancy
Both Wagamamas and TGI Fridays have come under fire recently for not paying their staff the minimum wage and of course, it hit the news. It was recognised in the press that: Wagamama has repaid an average of £50 to 2,630 employees. TGI Friday's had to repay £25 each to 2,300 staff. Plus, this isn't the first… Continue reading Why Bad Employee Relations are Bad for your PR
As Gillheany rightly says, "reputations are hard to win and easily lost" and it would unfortunately seen that Oxfam has learned this lesson the hard way. In a week of scandals and controversy, Oxfam have fell further and further down the hole of little redemption and, to be frank, are struggling to pull themselves back… Continue reading Is There any Hope Left for Oxfam?
My newest article for Global Seven News is live - you can read it here. I wrote about this on the back of reading about the education, or lack of should I say, some third world children have and it pushed me to write about what i'd found. Please do have a read and if you… Continue reading The Global Crisis of Education Disparity