The PR Guru

January 31, 2012


I mentioned my involvement with Young Enterprise last week (thanks to those of you who came to the trade fair on Saturday by the way – and we have another this Saturday for those of you who couldn’t make it), and this time I thought I’d talk about my link with another voluntary organisation, the Staffordshire Marketing Academy.

We have an event on March 30th, called Action for Business Live! 3, which will inspire and motivate you to take your business to the next level!

As with our two previous events, we’ll be having a range of speakers, an interview with one of Staffordshire’s most successful businesses, and an unmissable keynote speaker.

Here’s who we have lined up so far:

  • marketing specialist Caroline Law will be talking about putting a winning marketing strategy in place
  • Matt O’Connor from Cyberzia will be covering your website, and how to make it work for you


  • you will learn how to turn conversations into transactions with sales expert David Hughes, from print vendors Annodata (Europe’s largest independent print specialists)

Our case study, keynote speaker and other presenters are still tbc. But let’s just say we are talking to one of Staffordshire’s biggest tourist attractions, and one of Europe’s biggest networking strategists, about getting involved…

It’s at the Moat House, Stoke-on-Trent, on March 30th (9am-1pm), and tickets are £35 + booking fee. Early bird tickets, priced at £30 (+BF), are available until February 17th.

More info to be announced shortly.

In the meantime keep in touch with us on Twitter, @staffsma, for the latest updates.




1 Comment »

  1. We are very lucky to have Richard Swancott, one of the area’s youngest PR experts, helping within Staffordshire Marketing Academy. Richard brings a fresh, youthful and passionate viewpoint to the promotion and planning of Action for Business:LIVE 3. He is also available, both before and after this specific event, to give all our followers and participants very valuable advice on how they can use communications and the media to enhance their public image.

    Comment by John Capper - Business Coach — February 6, 2012 @ 9:29 pm | Reply

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