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Could PR School Help Your Business Light Up

12 April 2018 No Comment

With a passion for PR and over two decades of experience working with global brands, Bishopsteignton based Natalie Trice, is launching a series of workshops so that local businesses can put themselves on the map.

‘PR School’ is already a thriving online community and the workshops are an opportunity for people to find out more about PR and how it could help them raise awareness of their business, charity or organisation.

Natalie said, “Many people think that PR is only for celebrities and major players, but I simply do not agree. While I have been fortunate enough to work with global brands such as Cartoon Network, CNN, Hewlett-Packard and Discovery Channel, I have also seen first hand the power of PR when it comes to charities, start-ups and entrepreneurs.  Whether you’re a life coach, yoga teacher, accountant, hotel owner or estate agent, if you have a passion for what you do and a story to tell, you need to be telling it.”

She added, “There are some really exciting, innovative businesses across the South West and the interactive, practical PR School workshops will help give them the skills, and confidence, to get themselves into the media spotlight for all the right reasons.”

Darren Blackstock, PedalTalk, commented, “Natalie has a mix of passion and creativity that showcases her clients and through her PR School community, she regularly shares her knowledge to help mentor and coach others. In summary, Natalie is a PR and communications rockstar.”

You book a place on her next The PR School ‘Getting Started’ workshop here.

Natalie’s second book, PR School, is due out in early 2019, follow the success of Cast Life, A Parent’s Guide to DDH.

For more details go to www.natalietrice.co.uk and email natalietrice@natalietrice.co.uk

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