This month we spoke with one of our client members, Angus Stewart, CEO at GOEX, the world’s leading security and travel safety app, offering you fully personalised advice for over 200 countries and territories worldwide. Read more
This month we spoke with Minesh, a B2B and B2C digital marketing consultant who started off in recruitment but crossed over into marketing over 15 years ago. Four years ago he then made the decision to take the plunge and pursue his freelancing dream.
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.
The rise of conscientious fashion has been making subtle momentum over the past few decades. And it’s no surprise with fast fashion and ‘throw-away’ culture contributing more to climate change than aeronautical and shipping industries combined.
Purpose-driven businesses have been shown to out succeed competitors in terms of customer loyalty, employee engagement and accounting measures, certainly at Cannes Lions more campaigns have been reported with strong statements about purpose.
PR and Communications are frequently seen as all about ‘big ideas’. But increasingly, it’s being recognised that to develop a big idea that’s really going to have an impact, it’s not just about creativity.
To achieve a reputation as a thought leader takes time and effort to successfully cultivate. Being recognised as an authority in a particular field, whose expertise and opinion is sought can, in turn, help build your brand awareness.
If you’re new to the world of PR, working out how much you should invest can be pretty daunting. As an SME, you’re unlikely to have the big bucks to afford a full agency, which is why freelancer support can be the ideal solution.