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byClaire
Recruitment *sigh. It’s hard work, right? I know and I empathise. We’ve had a great year here at Skout and have been recruiting for the last six months. It was difficult. It’s a candidate’s market and it’s moving fast. Thankfully, we’ve managed to fill our vacancies (you can meet the new Skouts here) but we appreciate that it’s a growing...
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byRebecca Brown
As B2B PR and marketing specialists, we understand the importance of building brilliant business relationships and believe this plays a central role in any successful marketing strategy . However, we are also aware that meaningful interactions with customers and stakeholders don’t just happen overnight. With this in mind, we were keen to explore how B2B businesses from different industries value...
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byOwais Masood
You may remember that we tried something a little different when it came to our Christmas activity in 2020. Rather than sending our clients gifts, we decided to make donations to foodbanks located close to their headquarters. From Manchester to London (and even South Korea), we supported The Trussel Trust, the St Vincent de Paul Society, and the Beautiful Foundation. With 14 million people in the UK living below the poverty line, we were keen to join the ‘movement for change’ to...
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byJavier Martinez
Why was PR your chosen career? It really wasn’t at first. I started studying engineering (I came from a science background) but quickly realised that the world of numbers wasn’t for me. I spent most of my time reading Latin American and Spanish literature, including Garcia Marquez, Borges and Cervantes. As a result, I decided to study Humanities, a degree...
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byOwais Masood
Why was PR your chosen career? I feel like everyone in PR says this, but I love writing and creating content. I started off as a journalist but there was a disconnect, then I decided to move over to PR and haven’t looked back since. If you hadn’t chosen a career in PR what would you be doing? I would...
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byRebecca Brown
Will Stone has spent the past 20+ years amassing possibly the most diverse experiences as a PR person. From training as a journalist and then working the local news scene in Preston, to jobs in PR agencies, academia, and local government, then onto comms leadership for a global manufacturer. Today he’s heading up marketing at TechSkills.org. One thing has underpinned...