I once hired a young Priti Patel. She worked for me for a couple of years. She made an OK PR person. Hard working. Now she’s the Home Secretary. She believes in bringing back the death penalty. What the actual fucking fuck?— Colin Byrne (@capbyrne) July 24, 2019
Interdisciplinary conference call on promotional industries + promotional cultures, including PR, Advertising, Marketing, Branding. ECREA conference @MediaLSE, 21 Feb 2020. Organisers: Dr Lee Edwards @leemoya and Dr Ian Somerville. Abstracts due 31 August! https://t.co/P5ofHLfO2X— Dr Clea Bourne (@bourne_clea) July 19, 2019
I've received 80,000 emails since I started in the civil service in 2013. That's 60 for every working day. If I spent just a single minute 🕛reading or responding to each that's 15% of my time: An hour a day on email.— James Reeve (@jereeve) July 24, 2019
We 👏 must 👏 get 👏 better 👏 at👏 communicating 👏
This is very exciting and slightly terrifying... my book on how people behave in a crisis (and how to deal with that) is out soon and available for pre-order https://t.co/miW93jlfno— katehartley (@katehartley) July 22, 2019
This poor book has been worked hard (and thrown in my bag and boot a few times). Although I’ve completed my IC diploma, I’m still making good use of it and whipping it out when needed for a recap📚 🧐@AcademyKev @pracademy 👍🏻 pic.twitter.com/IBpHaWMKW6— Laura Pinney (@laurakristina1) July 23, 2019
Taking my kids to a newspaper office today. They r excited and think it’s gonna be like the newspapers out of spider-man or superman. I’ve tried to explain British journo’s are a bit more “down to earth” (sceptical) and they may hear words that only mummy uses 😀@thegirlsilver pic.twitter.com/YGB8TzY9ge— Andy Barr (@10Yetis) July 24, 2019
Richard Bailey is editor of PR Place. He teaches and assesses undergraduate, postgraduate and professional students.