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To end the academic year in style (for some of us being the last one as undergrads… sniff), Birmingham City University’s PR students are working hard to organise SPIN 2.0, a half day conference covering current issues in the PR industry.

The date is the 26th of May, the place is City North Campus and the time is 1-5pm!

We’ll have great food and wine, a nice and cozy venue, free parking and goodiebags…. if none of these convinced you to put it down in your planner, maybe the amazing professionals, incredibly smart student-presenters or just the perfect networking opportunities will 🙂

More details on the actual themes of the presentations to come! Stay tuned and let me know if you are interested in joining us on the day!


I’ve been terribly bad with posting lately, but I am trying to work on a million things in the same time and it sometimes doesn’t go as I want.

Just for a quick update on my what I’ve been up to… my website is now live: 🙂 It basically shows my work as a freelance PR professional and it will be updated as I complete campaigns and projects.

The main idea behind Creating the Creatives is free PR and Advertising support for small, independent artists (film, music or any other kind) as well as production companies. I must say that when I started this project I thought I couldn’t possibly be getting any work, but as I progressed, I couldn’t find enough time to deal with all my “clients” as many asked me to help them. I am really sorry I said NO to a few and for others that I still didn’t have a chance to start the work. However, as I finish what I planned I will be able to take on more work.

So… if you are an artist trying to make it, or know somebody in need of PR support, just contact me 🙂

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