A graduate’s guide to landing your first job in PR Natalie Clarke and Charlotte Goss are Account Executives at Holywood based PR and experiential agency, Clearbox. Coming from two different degree backgrounds, and with nearly a year of agency life under their belts, they’re here to serve up some of their best advice for soon-to-be
YouTubers and Instagram Stars Have Quickly Become the Only Voice That Matters for Consumers in the Beauty Industry. On YouTube, I am subscribed to 40 (yes, 40!) beauty “gurus”. Excessive? Let me explain. Over the past decade, YouTube has exploded as a user-generated platform for companies and people around the world to share their ideas,
American football, the Halftime Show, and legendary advertisements, a.k.a. the PR dream. Following Super Bowl 51, it is worth examining this annual sporting event as the golden PR opportunity that it is.
In recent days, US President-elect Donald Trump has had to battle unverified allegations which have derived from a leaked dossier created by a Washington-based opposition research firm, branding them “fake news”. Yet despite the document’s claims being wholly unverified, the story remained at the top of Facebook’s algorithm, and has led to a growing amount
As a current final year Communication, Advertising and Marketing student, and having recently completed a year’s Regional Communications placement at The Walt Disney Company EMEA in London, I’ve come to appreciate the key inner workings of the PR industry that can only really be discovered outside of the lecture theatre, and on the job. Increasingly,