Thursday, February 05, 2009

Trading in Tough Times - Morgan PR asked to deliver Federation of Small Businesses seminar on Organic PR

With the recession biting hard for so many businesses, organisations like the Federation of Small Businesses are working hard to help members and indeed the whole economy combat the downturn.

The 'Trading in Tough Times' seminars are just part of this campaign and Morgan PR was delighted to be invited to speak about public relations.

More specifically we will be offering Organic PR: How to enjoy a bountiful harvest in spite of the recession and whether a start up or a veteran of the boom to bust cycle, this is an seminar you cannot afford to miss if you want to make hay while the sun fails to shine on our economy.

We believe the first recession of the internet age means the rules of PR have changed and you can discover the new rules at this morning Masterclass. It promises to help you discover the publicity opportunities within your business and how to maximise their potential.

If you come along you will discover why you should no longer simply target the media and the myriad of methods for looking after your crop of customers to ensure that bountiful harvest this year and beyond.

The greatest benefit of the approach of this Master Class format is that it gives you short bursts of information and then allows you time to work out how to use the input to benefit your business. You will walk away with some PR collateral ready to use to promote your business ahead of your competitors.

As we said, this workshop is part of the Trading Through Tough Times Programme. The series of Master Classes are both informative and outcome oriented to ensure you leave with information that’s of practical use, not just a note pad of great ideas. Naturally, also built in is time before and after the workshop for you to network freely.

The event is being held on Thursday 26th February at the Sheepdrove Eco Conference Centre at Warren Farm, Lambourn - itself a stunning venue we use for planning days and can heartily recommend.

The cost of the event is £10 for members of the FSB and £12.50 for non-members, including VAT and this includes refreshments. We are hoping many delegates will join us for a light lunch and wander around Sheepdrove Farm for the very reasonable sum of £11.50 per person, again including VAT.

Can you afford not to attend? You can find out more and book your place on this seminar here!

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