We’re going to go through many stages of dealing with coronavirus in the coming weeks and perhaps months, but one thing business needs to get right is communication around it. There are still many unknowns, but that shouldn’t prevent anyone from having a plan and what might not yet have made it to the top
Amazing, wasn’t it?
A 93-year-old man walks on to stage at the world’s greatest music festival and the whole place falls absolutely silent as he starts to speak.
PR boss and successful working mum, Amy Bould, of Be Bold Media, discusses why gender balance is an issue for women to take control of for themselves.
The future of business is in excellent hands if the evidence of this week’s Young Enterprise Shropshire Awards are an indicator. We were delighted to sponsor a category again this year, which gave me the chance to see what the young people from schools across the county had been doing to put business theory into
Just occasionally you come across someone with a special, undeniable talent and when you can do something to help them on their way, you don’t think twice. That’s how we felt when we met Storm Stacey. Storm is a 14-year-old motorcyle racing prodigy with a massive future in front of him.
Spin, as we all now understand the term in a PR sense, died quite some time ago. Some ‘practitioners’ still like to play with silly tricks, like saving up their bad news for a busy news day in the hope that no-one will notice. But the approach whereby you twist words and ‘bend’ the truth
“What care recruitment crisis? They should have advertised the posts, then there would be no crisis.” Editor of a free local newspaper