What can communications professionals learn from Toy Story?

Firstly, I have to say it; I bloody love Toy Story! From the first one all the way up to Toy Story 4, 24 years later, Toy Story has been a constant throughout all of my life. My fellow Comma Comms founder, Shelby Loasby and I have experienced Toy Story 4 in 4DX at Cineworld... Continue Reading →

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The Imposter Syndrome; Losing your mojo and hitting the career wobble

At some point in your career, you may have a bit of a wobble that can really affect the way you think about yourself and your abilities. The wobble, also known as Imposter Syndrome, is something that can come out of nowhere, and is often a complete figment of your imagination. The good news is,... Continue Reading →

No change in the main activities undertaken in public relations roles #StateOfPR

Copywriting, editing, media relations and PR campaign management remain the top three activities undertaken by public relations professionals. This is just one of the reported findings from this year’s State of the Profession 2019 report published by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) which reflects the views of more than 1,500 professionals. "Despite calls... Continue Reading →

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