This month we spoke to Founder of Anystage Productions Paul Cockle on expanding outside of the UK, the international markets his creative production company now operate in and how working with freelancers is integral to his business.
You’ve decided that it’s time to bring in some external PR and marketing expertise. But knowing where to find the support you need isn’t so easy. The traditional option would be an agency with a track record in your industry sector.
There are few greater pleasures as a business owner than receiving a positive piece of coverage in the media. Whether it’s a personal profile, a pithy comment in a feature, or a write-up of your latest news announcement, it’s a definite boost for the ego, and the bottom-line.
One of the biggest questions in comms right now is: what is the future of the agency? In a landscape that is consistently shifting, how is it evolving to meet the demands of clients, changes in the industry and technological advances?
On the 12th of September, we were lucky enough to have an expert panel share their insights on the world of Influencer Marketing for the PRCA’s independent consultant group. All three speakers came to a very similar conclusion.
Working with brands and agencies, to startups and multinationals, The Work Crowd has been connecting our network of over 1000 businesses to expert freelancers working across Marketing, Communications and PR for over 4 years.
We’re hosting with our sister-company Hanson Search a breakfast briefing in London on Wednesday 19th September.We will explore some of the big ideas that can help businesses transform their capabilities of attracting and retaining star talent!
Fast-growth businesses face unique challenges when it comes to scaling and growing. Without often the luxury of time to fine-tune company culture, map out an organisational structure or deliberate over hiring choices, businesses need to be agile and nimble in their decision making.
Written communications are a vital part of any business, particularly in the digital age. Websites, blogs, email marketing, product copy: there are a whole host of areas where you need some good old-fashioned words to engage your audiences.