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Alan Anstead

Alan Anstead

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Alan is a public relations practitioner with considerable international experience of working for governments and NGOs. In 2010 he established a charity, Equality, that works for and with Roma who migrated to the UK. Before that he led work to develop the communications profession within the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and its 250 British Embassies overseas. He is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations, a CIPR accredited teacher/trainer and an Accredited Practitioner, and a former student at CMC, some 15 years ago. Alan is the course leader for CMC’s CIPR qualifications.

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Our third radio show of Season 2 airs on 22 January. Topics this week include Steve Woolley, External Affairs Manager at the CIM, on the CIM's Hackathon; Red-Blue Ocean Strategy explained; the concluding part of our panel discussion on the Internet of Things in which Terry Nicklin, Director of KeynotePR, and Karl Meyer, Product Development Manager at Geant, discuss the implications for marketing. Next week, will include Advertising for small business with Allison Thomas. Catch the shows each week on Thursday at 7.00 pm on 107.9/1 FM. Past shows can be found by clicking on the title above.

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For our second show of season 2, we went from low tech to the high tech. We started with Marketing a Cottage Industry with Sally Charlesworth. Cottage industries are often done from a home workshop or even kitchen table. In addition to creating her products, Sally herself runs workshops on craft making, using her teaching...


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