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Guide to Writing Reports, Proposals and Business Cases
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Where is the next generation of talent coming from?
Robert Minton-Taylor wants public relations to be a desirable career choice for ambitious teenagers of all backgrounds.
#50over50: Sarah Roberts-Bowman
The first in a new series recognising significant careers and/or contribution to education.
Moving on: Career steps beyond public relations
In her careers advice column, Heather Yaxley considers the next moves beyond public relations.
Teenage dreams of doing good
Guest author Tove Nordstrom discusses her twin passions - the written word and saving the world.
How I write a blog post
2018 #bestPRblogs winner Orlagh Shanks shares her secrets. Writers sit in garrets late into the night, surrounded by books.
The surprising survival of blogging
Blogging is 21: it’s come of age. It’s a dated term, but there’s continued value in sharing ideas.
Rowing against the tide
Richard Bailey challenges orthodox thinking around ethics, conscience and CSR.
Back to School – Should you study for a professional qualification?
Dr Heather Yaxley answers questions about the CIPR professional PR qualifications.