Written by Jo Lowe, Spring PR
Events are a huge part of what we do at Spring PR and the whole team gets involved in the planning, preparation and execution. The success of an event is often judged on the basis of media attendance.
In the past we’ve secured 100 per cent turn out. Here we happily share some of our top tips:
This year’s Kendal Mountain Festival was one of the most successful ever, with 16,000 enthusiasts, athletes and industry folk descending from all over the world.
Since 2000 Spring has packed its bags and headed north to join the fun. And this year, for the third in a row, we’ve represented Hydro Flask.
At this year’s Kendal Mountain Festival, Mammut athlete, Madeleine Cope will be speaking about her climbing life since leave full time employment in content development a year ago.
The ‘Tin Can’ refers to the van she is currently living in and travelling around Europe in!
She’ll be exploring how her climbing is developing, her inspirations, and how she applies herself to each challenge.
Reflecting honestly about her motivations, relationships and goals and the importance of learning from your mistakes, the role of mental health and dealing with expectations.
We caught up with her to find out more:
We’ve all heard the phrase, ‘it’s not what you know, it’s who you know’. It often has quite negative connotations. But in the public relations industry, relationships are everything. At Spring PR we know our brands, their products, their issues…and their people.
It’s an ethos that our client, Elliot Brown Watches adheres to: “Our business is its people,” says founding partner, Ian Elliot. “How we actually behave, how we speak to people, the way they are treated is all second nature. Over time word spreads, the friendship group grows, it naturally gains momentum and remains strong.”