Lincoln Alumni members, David Clare (graduated 2010) and Janey Spratt (graduated 2011) both now work at the international digital PR agency, 33 Digital, which is part of the Hotwire Group. Known for creative campaigns and bringing social media to the real world, they get to work on some exciting activity on a weekly basis.
One day, in the near future, the alcohol industry could be waking up with a hangover caused by the recent government announcement on minimum pricing of alcohol. What effect could this have on brands and in particular their PR strategies? Continue reading
I studied Public Relations at the University of Lincoln from 2006 to 2009. Throughout the course I was continuously surprised by the diverse range of topics covered and the often intriguing theories that lay behind them. To supplement my degree, I chose to complete a summer of work experience with a PR agency in order to gain some hands on experience, which I thoroughly recommend, as for me this was not only great experience but led to a job offer from that agency once I graduated. Continue reading
Suzi has some great advice for getting on in PR down under….
Firstly I would recommend to all grads studying PR or journalism to take advantage of the optional year in industry, I think if it wasn’t for this opportunity getting my career off the ground would have been much harder. When you graduate you already have a solid year of experience which employers look very fondly upon. I spent my gap year at a small boutique agency in London working across travel and fashion clients. Continue reading
After graduating from Lincoln with a BA (Hons) in Public Relations, I went on to work for a food specialist PR agency. Continue reading