Block A, Centre House
Celebrities work with charities and causes all the time and their presence can boost profile and grab news headlines. But are you ready to manage a celebrity ambassador? This training event will give you the skills to use celebrities wisely, approach them and plan how this activity fits in your communications strategy. You'll learn from leading media professionals how to understand and plan for the possible risks, and ensure that the coverage focuses on your charity's story, not the celebrity.
Ideal for you if:You want to attract and keep celebrity support to raise your profile, but need guidance to know you're approaching the relationship constructively.Back at work, you’ll:
Steve Dinwoodie, owner, Raised on Radio Steve is owns Liverpool-based record promotions label Raised on Radio whos clients include Russell Watson and Chris de Burgh.
Joanna Simpson, PR consultant Award-winning lifestyle PR specialist. Clients range from e-commerce, fashion and retail to live music venues, nightclubs, restaurants and recycling. Former entertainment television programme-maker for ITV1, BBC1, BBC2 and Channel 4 including Fame Academy, T4, docusoaps and current affairs.
VAT will be charged at 20%You can book online now with a card or by invoice (see 'other payment options' at the bottom of the next page), or call us on 020 7871 5653
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