Izzy PR is organising an event for Faversham-based networking group ABG, where we are a member. We’ve been tasked with co-creating the schedule for the day, co-running the event on the day, writing content for the website and socials, sending out invite mailers, setting up a booking link and managing attendees.
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We’re working with Luke Douglas-Home to gain national media coverage of his involvement in the World Plogging Championships as the UK’s only competitor. It’s part of his mission to stop plastic from ending up in the world’s oceans.
Izzy PR’s Charity of the Year Holding On Letting Go is 25 this year. We’ve helped them with social media content, invite artwork, email marketing and media relations.
Well done to Izzy PR’s Michelle – she completed the Thames Moonlight 10 Walk to raise money for our client, Holding On Letting Go, and Cancer Research UK.
Good luck to Izzy PR’s Michelle Jackson – she’s walking 10 miles around London overnight to raise money for our charity client Holding On Letting Go, who helped her family when her grandmother died suddenly. They helped her find the right way to tell her children and guide them through their grief.
The more people see your company, hear from you or see your branding, the more you are noticed by them. There are so many channels to reach your target audience and here at Izzy PR, we’ve worked with clients who have fallen over trying to do them all – when only a handful were ever…
Izzy PR spent a day managing a PR event on a pushbike…find out how she got on!
Leave only footprints in the sand – not litter: Luke’s running the length of the UK’s coast to reduce plastic going into the sea
Izzy PR has been asked by Luke Douglas-Home, aka The Coastal Runner, to manage the PR for his Kent visit. He’s running the length of the UK’s coastline to raise awareness of and make change to sea pollution on a local level. We’ve written and sent out a press release, liaised with media, set up interviews, invited and managed the invitations to local councillors, confirmed meetings with schools and created a photographers’ brief. We’ll also be there on the day to support.
Faversham business group ABG has raised £2,500 to help buy a specialised golf cart for their former chairman. The group, which meets weekly at The Cave, Boughton, set off for a 5.5-mile circular walk from Chestfield Golf Club on Saturday 29th April. Members, family, friends, children and dogs joined in, making the 40-strong group quite…