A bit more about us
Our digital PR and content-writing courses are led by Serena Fokschaner, an experienced freelance journalist who has written for national titles ranging from The Observer to The Sunday Times and the Telegraph. Her copy writing clients include Dulux and the British Embassy in Tokyo.
Serena has interviewed and written about numerous professionals: from architects and interior designers to craftsmen, high-street and online retailers, restaurateurs and hoteliers.
This experience means that she understands at first-hand the challenges of getting your story heard in a crowded digital world.
Educated at Oxford (MA, Eng Lit) and more recently at Birkbeck (Graduate Certificate History of Art) universities, Serena was inspired to create this session by a workshop she has devised for The Prince’s Trust where she runs specialist workshops and acts as a business mentor.
In the noisy world of digital communications the ability to articulate your message clearly has never been more important. Whether you want to learn about digital PR or polish your blog writing skills we offer workshops and private sessions on public relations and SEO-friendly content-writing for both individuals and groups in central London.
What makes our training different?
The workshops have been created by Serena Fokschaner, an experienced working journalist for national titles. Serena's training as both a writer and editor means that she understands exactly what is needed to write concise, persuasive prose, whether for your blog or your home page.
What will I learn?
Whether you’re a communications newbie or want to polish faded skills we offer a range of workshops: from how to get media coverage to effective content writing.
All our sessions are packed with useful information, handouts and examples of good and bad practice.
Who are our clients?
We have created sessions for organisations ranging from Sotheby's and City University to Morley College and the British Institute of Interior Design. Our private seminars draw a range of professionals; from designers to architects, retailers, charity workers, social entrepreneurs, financiers or PRs, in fact anyone who wants to know how to get their business featured in the media.
A recent testimonial
'Serena delivered a bespoke workshop about how to get press in the digital age to ten heritage sites from across West London. Attendees varied from larger institutions with dedicated marketing staff to smaller, volunteer led sites. Serena pitched the session so that the basics were covered for beginners whilst ensuring that more advanced participants were stretched. Everyone left feeling a lot more confident about how they can use their sites and collections to get good press. Filled with top tips, case studies and fun exercises Serena ensured that attendees were engaged through out. Thank you Serena, we will be sure to send you our press clippings!' Natalie Rhodes, Heritage Hub Education Coordinator, Orleans House Gallery, London.
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