Posted on 31st August 2016
Bitesize Breakfast Briefing (BBB) – Crisis PR
Date: 13/09/2016 at 07:30
Location: Kingston Smith, Surrey House, 36-44 High Street, Redhill RH1 1RH
What happens when your business goes up in smoke and the whole world is looking on with morbid curiosity?
Our next Bitesize Breakfast Briefing sees PR expert Tim Cobb talking about his work with Eastbourne Pier in the wake of the 2014 fire and how his team set about restoring confidence in the Victorian structure.
The briefing will shine a spotlight on:
Working with journalists
The art of a press release
Tim has spent half of his working life as a national news journalist, then jumped over the fence into the murky world of PR.
Date: Tuesday 13 September
Time: 7.30am registration, coffee and bacon rolls; 8am start, 9am end.
Speaker: Tim Cobb, Cobb PR
Venue: Kingston Smith, Surrey House, 36-44 High Street, Redhill, RH1 1RH
Please click here for further details and to book your place at this event.
If you would like to discuss this event, or book a place over the phone, please call Becky Honeysett on 020 7566 3850.
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