Will Remote Working be the New Norm?

I’ve had a vision for a long time of myself sitting in a café in Bali, working on my laptop and that being my normal, everyday routine. I pictured, sometime in…

A Front Row Seat to My First Comms Crisis

I learnt about crisis management and crisis communications at university, but never had to actually use what I had learnt. Unless I was applying for a job in a crisis management…

#FridayFive: Five Viral Social Media Campaigns From This Week

It’s been a while since I’ve written about my favourite campaigns as I used to do during my time at university. Notably, I have written about my favourite Halloween campaigns and…

#FinalYearFear with Chloe Magill

Hello and welcome to a new series! Yes, another one. If you’ve been around for a while, you may remember I interviewed a lot of students on various placements around this…

#FinalYearFear with Monique Gillies

Hello and welcome to a new series! Yes, another one. If you’ve been around for a while, you may remember I interviewed a lot of students on various placements around this…

What Even is PR in Today’s World?

I have just completed a four year degree in Business with Public Relations (PR). I spent one of those years working as a PR Assistant for a beauty company in London.…

#FinalYearFear with Lauren Magee

Hello and welcome to a new series! Yes, another one. If you’ve been around for a while, you may remember I interviewed a lot of students on various placements around this…

#FridayFive: Five Ways to Build a Personal Brand

Not too long ago, the term ‘brand’ used to relate to businesses. Nowadays, each of us as individuals, are our own brand. We put ourselves out there on the web, on…

#PlacementProfile: Abby Griffiths | Marketing Co-Ordinator

Hello. Welcome to my newest blog series, documenting the thoughts of placement students as far and wide as I can. Each week (hopefully) I will have a profile of a current…

#PlacementProfile: Lauren Magee | Human Resource Assistant

Hello. Welcome to my newest blog series, documenting the thoughts of placement students as far and wide as I can. Each week (hopefully) I will have a profile of a current…