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Hi .nice blog.I need to find jobs .can anybody se...

2008-02-21T21:16:00.000+00:00

Hi .nice blog.I need to find jobs .can anybody send links of that job websites....
Thank you.....



Simon - blatent plugs aside, I don't think the new...

2006-06-23T16:03:00.000+00:00

Simon -
blatent plugs aside, I don't think the new media solutions will affect the events industry as much as some may think. After all I would still rather meet face to face rather than listen to their podcast or read their blog. new media will supplement the events rather than take over from.

Richard - I agree and I have been meaning to welcome you to the converstion for a while. I am really enjoying your blog.

Sam - I would love them to up the student discounts (even though I am graduating). I reckon if enough students are behind this then changes could be made, power to the people and all that.

Bookworm - Thank you and good luck with the certificate.



Hi, I'm a new reader of your blog, currently plann...

2006-06-19T19:14:00.000+00:00

Hi, I'm a new reader of your blog, currently planning on entering the world of PR soon.

Funnily enough, i work in regeneration, in the voluntary sector and am a member of my charity's in-house communications team (re your points on what workshops you would want to do).

I am hoping to move away from regeneration and more towards charity communications/press relations.

Am starting the CIPR advanced certificate soon and going to the career day in november, whilst building up my own portfolio in my current role.

Totally agree with you re the pricing of conferences, i saw a great one that was £700!! Better be a bloody good buffet for that amount!!



I completly agree with you Alex, it's hard enough ...

2006-06-17T21:44:00.000+00:00

I completly agree with you Alex, it's hard enough to break into this industry without having to fork out potential thousands for the oppurtunity! Much as I am starting to learn from the on-line community of PR webloggers I would love the chance to meet and share with some of these industry professionals but this just may not be possible; wonder if they'll consider upping student discount?!



I think (with an entirely biased opinion mind) tha...

2006-06-15T20:09:00.000+00:00

I think (with an entirely biased opinion mind) that it's possible the many student/post-grad pr types not embraced by the industry will still carve careers in the industry in new ways. Social media obviously, but something entirely new and, potentially, very exciting.



I think you are onto something, Alex. of course I ...

2006-06-12T17:19:00.000+00:00

I think you are onto something, Alex. of course I justify the Northern conference - I've helped organise it. It may not be as extortionate as some corporate conferences but it is still a lot of money when you can learn from experts on the the web for free.

The media has been forced to rethink following the new media revolution... will the same happen with conferences? After all, one bigdraw of conferences is the social networking aspect.... with developments in social software will this affect the events industry?

Anyway... did I mention the third and final keynote has been confirmed as Julia Hobsbawm...?