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Why PR is perfect for limited budgets

Running a business is no easy task, you’ll often be faced with limited time, resources and budget. However, you need to put yourself out there as much as possible in order to generate leads and bring in new customers or you won’t be able to make a significant return on investment! There is a misconception that PR means big glitzy events and campaigns that cost the earth, but the truth is PR can be activated across a variety of budgets and can (and should!) be used by businesses of all sizes!

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Qualifications and courses for aspiring PR professionals

Qualifications are so important to develop the required skills and knowledge about the Public Relations (PR) industry. Although, prior to my PR role, I was far from aware of the options available in the industry! Having now achieved a PR qualification (a Distinction in the Higher Lever 4 PRCA PR Apprenticeship) and currently studying for another (PR & Communications Degree at Greenwich University) I want to share with you my personal suggestions and advice when it comes to the most prominent qualifications and courses to skyrocket your career in PR. For even more tips about starting a career in PR through an apprenticeship, check out our latest podcast, featuring special guest, Steph Umebuani - the PRCA’s Head of Apprenticeships.

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On a mission to make PR and marketing support accessible to all businesses

What a year 2020 has been! However, with the easing of lockdown restrictions, children returning to school and the imminent change of season there is a general feeling that we’re all at the start of a new beginning. Uncertainty remains about what the coming months will bring, but there is no doubt that the time has come to rebuild, to ‘keep calm and carry on’.

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Jurassic Coast Challenge? Completed it, mate!

We did it!

On Saturday 8th June we took part in one of the UK’s toughest walks – the Jurassic Coast Challenge. We walked an epic 58km (36miles) and climbed an ascent of 1,650m (5,413ft) across the spectacular Jurassic coast, starting off at Poole Harbour, we walked up and down all the way across famous landmarks including Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door and to the finishing point in Weymouth.

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