PR in Lockdown is a guide to the PR and Communications industry post-lockdown. Each episode features a 1-1 conservation with a leading voice in PR & Communications, talking through their experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic, including handling the transition out of lockdown and the long term impact of COVID-19 on the industry.
Kirsty Leighton, Founder & Managing Partner - Milk & Honey PR
From employees permanently moving out of London, structuring the business for more uncertainties ahead and moving back to office working, Kirsty Leighton provides a candid, birds eye view of life in the Milk & Honey family.
Nik Govier, Founder & CEO - Blurred
ESGP - if you haven’t heard of it, Nik Govier believes those 4 letters will become essential in the World of PR & Communications where brand is purpose, and companies will become accountable through actions over words.
Gus Sellitto, Co-founder & Managing Director - Byfield Consultancy
From reputation management, internal communications and litigation PR, Gus Sellitto brings in-depth insight into managing the extraordinary comms challenges for the legal sector throughout the pandemic.
Laura Sutherland, Founder - Aura PR
As a sole consultant, Laura Sutherland tells PR in Lockdown about her experience of the coronavirus pandemic whilst working solo. From redesigning the PR festival, PR Fest, to dealing with losing work that ‘impacted the rest of my year’.
Roxy Kalha, Managing Director - The Romans
Taking on the role of Managing Director of The Romans in January, Roxy Kalha provides a fascinating insight of how she focused on people over profit during lockdown, and is still set to come out of the pandemic growing as a business. Realising that pausing clients meant "it's very easy to be forgotten", Roxy tells PR in Lockdown about how The Romans approached the COVID-19 pandemic with a unique attitude: "what if we ran out in the rain?".
Jenny Mowat, Managing Director - Babel
“Big, flash campaigns might be few and far between”. Jenny quickly realised the power of virtual events. She tells PR in Lockdown how she developed new services for Babel’s client-base and managed her 20-strong team, including slack-free Mondays, time for tea sessions, and a virtual mind reader...