I’ve written for Charity Comms this month about maximising internal staff. You can read the article in their Knowledge Hub, here.
These are strange times for all of us, but for businesses this can also be an unsettling and frankly scary time. For those who have flexible businesses and are already embracing the online world, this could actually be a great opportunity to up their game and attract new business. For businesses who are not online,… Continue reading Maximising online opportunities for your business during the Coronavirus crisis
Working from home is not slacking off and do not believe those who say you can’t be as productive. Of course every job is different and for some working from home is challenging, but for many of us it is perfectly feasible. With tools like Facebook, Skype, Zoom, Slack and Microsoft Teams joining meetings and… Continue reading Work from home like a pro
Embracing social media can be a daunting concept for schools. Opening a doorway from your school to the wider world might seem counter-intuitive. I’ve met headteachers who see social media as something dangerous – something to be avoided and only used when necessary. Others I’ve met are bursting with excitement at the possibilities of building… Continue reading Why schools shouldn’t shy away from using social media
Arctic Comms is a marketing and public relations consultancy offering tailored services for schools, educational establishments, charities and other businesses. My name is Amy Hanson-Reed. I am a communications specialist with 15 years' experience. I've worked for a number of leading UK charities and more than five years working in the education sector in several senior… Continue reading Welcome to Arctic Comms – simple, effective marketing and public relations