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January 15, 2020 Transcript of #CommsChat on reaching a young audience

On Monday’s #CommsChat, we were joined by Laura Thomas from Devries Global (@DevriesEurope) who discussed the ways in which companies can reach young audiences.

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January 7, 2020 Transcript of #CommsChat on communicating with a tight budget

This week on #CommsChat, we were joined by Helen Reynolds (@HelReynolds), who discussed the best ways to manage communications on a tight budget. Helen works with small businesses, government organisations and charities to maintain creativity despite challenging resources.

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December 10, 2019 Transcript of #CommsChat on festive employee engagement

Christmastime means joy and stress and distractions for employees. How should companies go about engaging their employees throughout the most busy time of the year? For our last chat of 2019, we were joined by the lovely folks at @DRPG who will talk us through festive internal comms campaigns.

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December 3, 2019 Transcript of #CommsChat on over-servicing

This week’s debate was dedicated to over-servicing. The latest research from the PRCA and Ginger Research shows over-servicing has reached epidemic proportions among PR agencies, with over 90% admitting they over-service and 80% seeing it as a growing problem. Who’s to blame? Are clients unreasonable? Are agencies the architects of their own misfortune? Join PRCA […]

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November 27, 2019 Transcript of #CommsChat on political campaigning

In last week’s #CommsChat we, looked at the ethical conundrums posed by modern day political campaigning. Last week saw the Conservative Campaign HQ use social media to manipulate voter perceptions when it rebadged its Twitter feed as ‘Factcheck UK’ to widespread condemnation. We explore the impact of such tactics on people, trust in politics and […]

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