Are you attending next week’s Get PRofessional?

Wednesday 11th December, sees the last of our Get PRofessional guest lectures for 2013. Join us for networking with coffee and mince pies from 5.15pm outside G34 in the New Business School.

The guest speaker will be Nyree Hughes, who is PR and social media manager at Access Advertising and she will be talking about “Working in a multi-service agency: the role of a PR and digital media specialist.”

Working in public relations doesn’t mean a choice between a PR department in-house in a large organisation or a PR-only agency – it’s equally likely to involve being a PR specialist in a multi-service agency in which advertising, PR, digital and marketing experts work together to give clients an integrated communications service.

This lecture, which should be especially relevant for final year BA Advertising and PR students, offers an insight into this area of work from Nyree Hughes, a PR practitioner with 10 years’ experience who runs a small PR department at Access Advertising, a marketing agency based at Old Trafford.    Nyree is also a fellow MMU student, as she is currently studying an MA in Design as well as running community engagement programmes.

We hope to see lots of you in attendance.

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One thought on “Are you attending next week’s Get PRofessional?

  1. Update Wed 11 December – We’re so sorry to announce that tonight’s planned Get PRofessional guest lecture is CANCELLED as speaker Nyree Hughes is unwell.

    Better news is that we hope to announce a rescheduled date shortly as part of a full programme of guest lectures for Term 2 2013 14.

    We’re looking forward to hearing from you Nyree, and wish you a swift recovery!

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