Archive | November, 2006

New look blog and win a bottle of champagne

…the world’s leading… was very quick (a rat out of a drainpipe?) in spotting that I’ve changed both my banner and the name of this blog. It speculates about why I’ve chosen that particular landscape. So here’s an open competition…

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Yet more Delivering the New PR conference posts

The Delivering the New PR conference posts are coming thick and fast. The latest two are: Delivering the New PR – Steve Composes by Steve Mallison-Jones, founder and director of conference sponsors Indigo Red. Euroblog 2007 – PR Blogger by…

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Delivering the New PR – follow the debate

Friday was the fifth and final conference in the Delivering the New PR series. And personally I think it was the best yet. We had some great delegates who were excited about the potential and challenges that social media offers…

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Delivering the New PR

Philip Young is currently introducing the fifth and final Delivering the New PR conference. We’re back in London and have a great audience from large corporates, charities, government departments, local authorities, PR and advertising agencies.

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EuroBlog 07

I’ve been out of the office so missed blogging about the start of the EuroBlog2007 survey, but don’t worry you’ve still got time to complete it. So if you’re a PR practitioner working in Europe pop over and complete the…

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Experts who aren’t

Shel Holtz (a guy who really does know about business podcasting) tells of sitting in the audience at a business conference listening to a so called expert demonstrate a total lack of basic podcasting skills let alone expertise in business…

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A Minute With… Ajaz Ahmed

Ajaz Ahmed is the co-founder of Freeserve, the UK’s largest ISP (internet service provider), now owned by Orange. He is now involved in running a number of companies including Huddersfield-based Browzar which provides a privacy tool for internet browsing. A…

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A Minute With… Robert Leaf

After 50 years at the highest levels in the PR business Robert Leaf is acknowledged as one of the industry’s most knowledgeable counsellors in international public relations. Here he gives his views on how the public relations business has changed…

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Can communications solve the clash of cultures?

This was a fascinating debate moderated by Mike Wooldridge, world affairs correspondent for BBC News. It is impossible to capture the full flavour of the debate, but it certainly struck a chord with delegates eager to ask questions and make…

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PR in the boardroom discussion

“What matters most is access to the CEO, not whether or not PR sits on the main board.” Simon Lewis Gareth Wynn talked about how communications has changed. Historically, it was something that was considered after the decision. Now it…

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