When you choose a career in PR you never quite know what your working week will look like. At Wildwood, we work with a variety of clients with lots of exciting ideas. You might have urgent editorials to research and write, press releases to draft, social media calendars to update, events to attend, journalists to meet with. Or, you might just find yourself doing a photoshoot in field with some showbiz stars!
As the agency representing KBB, Europe’s leading Kitchen, Bathroom and Bedroom industry show, and the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID), we’ve connected both clients with this piece from BIID Registered Interior Designer®, Nicola Burt from Nicola Burt Interior Design, offering practical advice on good kitchen design.
We’ve all had to adapt quickly to virtual working, learning and socialising this year. Honing our collective online dexterity so that we can effortlessly jump into seminars, performances, conferences and even exhibitions – all from the comfort of our homes. While face-to-face interaction and live events will never go away, virtual events offer a great alternative for connecting with industry peers and customers. In the future, hybrid event programmes (a mix of virtual and live audiences) will be commonplace – there’s no better time to learn the ropes!
With working from home now a reality for so many employees, what’s best practice for home office design? We invited British Institute of Interior Design Registered Interior Designer®, Chloe Bullock from Materialise Interiors, for advice.
In today’s challenging business climate, there has never been a better time to re-evaluate your brand and refresh your marketing strategy. Wildwood’s Lorraine Nugent recently took part in a Marketing Club webinar which shared expert advice on how organisations can elevate their brands and achieve their PR goals. Lorraine shares her top tips below:
In the wake of the tragic death of George Floyd in the US in May, protestors took to the streets across the world to march against racial inequality.
Design Havens for Heroes is a charity initiative launched by interior designer, Francesca Rowan-Plowden to bring together an inspiring community of talent from the interior design field. The aim is to create room makeover “havens” for accredited NHS key workers who have been working on the front line during the COVID-19 crisis, and who will, undoubtedly, need the benefit of rest and calm in their own homes, after dealing with the emotional and physical demands of tackling the pandemic.
We are delighted to have teamed up with six other marketing specialists to bring you the marketing club webinar – Accelerating out of Lockdown
It’s not often you get the opportunity to sit down with one of the best home cinema companies in the country and their client to talk about the creation of a unique project.
But that’s exactly what we’ll be doing on Star Wars day in a special webinar hosted by our Integrated Home podcast presenter, Jeff Hayward.
By John Houston
If you were to ask the woman or man in the street who is the greatest British cyclist of all time, you are likely to get one of three answers: Bradley Wiggins; Tour de France (TdF) winner and Gold Medal Olympian, Chris Froome, four times TdF winner (and planning on a shot at a fifth title), or Mark Cavendish multiple TdF stage winner, and arguably the best sprinter ever to have ridden a bike. All good, worthy shouts.
There aren’t many today, if any, who would say what I would consider to be the right answer – Beryl Burton.