How do I use the news agenda to get media coverage for my business?

By Nicky Rudd
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“Thank you for a wonderful session this morning. I thought it went very well and I think we have a lot to discuss going forward. We’ve had feedback from the attendees as ‘very thought provoking and interesting’ Thanks again to everyone involved. I think it was a valuable morning.”

This was feedback from the PR manager at an internationally renowned charity for one of our media training sessions last week. We run them regularly and always get a good response. A lot of people rock up at the start of the morning terrified and leave a lot calmer, happier and in control and that’s our aim.Padua Communications SEO workshop

Dealing with the media needn’t be a harrowing affair but it does demand a particular skillset and preparation. And one of the main things we speak to clients about is who they put forward as media spokespeople and in the world of community journalism, who are their best brand ambassadors.

Our bespoke workshops will take a holistic view of your organisation and then offer specific consultancy on:

  • Messaging
  • Spokespeople
  • Brand awareness – off and online
  • Your best and worst media stories
  • Some basics of crisis communications

Think you could do with a session? Are you being asked about how Brexit could change your business but too scared to put yourself in the firing line? Do you have a view on apps, drones and IOT technology and how it will shape our lives but feeling meek rather than speaking out about a brave new world?

With some support work from Padua Communications, you could be taking every media opportunity offered and turning them into great publicity for your business. Call us now on 0203 282 7570 to find out more or take a look at our PR posts on working with the media.


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