The Chartered Institute of Public Relations has recently published a guide on best practice for politicians when using Twitter. The guidelines are universal for any professional person or company, so we’ve adapted the guide slightly and produced a guide on tweeting. It can be daunting to join a social media platform, so we’ve gone right back to basics
This week we've welcomed a new member to the team. Chandni Unka has just completed a degree in Media & Cultural Studies at the University of Wolverhampton. Chandni has joined us for an internship as a PR Account Executive and we thought we'd ask her a few questions to get to know her better. We'll catch up with Chandni again at the end of her internship and see how she found the experience at S&U.
A great opportunity to work with a well-renowned PR and advertising agency specialising in B2B communications. We are looking for a recent graduate that wants to forge a successful career in PR. The ideal candidate will be a real wordsmith that is keen to learn about both traditional and digital PR, as well as being a stickler for detail. The successful applicant will support key accounts, across a variety of sectors including some international clients.
There’s a new advertising and PR agency on the Calthorpe Estate following the relocation of Shaw & Underwood to The Cloisters on George Road. As the oldest established communications agency in Birmingham, the Shaw & Underwood name is known to many (hence the retention of the name by the current team of Directors), with the company having worked for clients throughout the UK and overseas for over 60 years.
The Interfood stand at Foodex this year was the most ambitious yet at the flagship industry exhibition. Augmenting nearly 400sqm of static exhibits, the Interfood stand featured 4 ‘Information Totems’ which used touch-screen technology that enabled visitors to the exhibition the ability to see over 40 working machines in both real and virtual production facilities.