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Alan Anstead

Alan Anstead

Website: http://equality.uk.com     Skype: Alan.Anstead  

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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The lastest edition of our journal, the Cambridge Marketing Review, is now available. It features articles by Peter Fisk on the best new ideas in the world of brands and innovation; and Paul Fifield on the challenges of the new business reality - if it ain't broke .....but what if it is broke? It also has an article by Nick Wake taking a nostalgic look at the longevity of Lego. To read his article and for more information on the journal click on the tilte above or Email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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What’s been happening in the marketplace this week that you need to know about? Has Facebook killed organic post reach for brands? What should you be doing about it? Now, this is an interesting article. The principle idea here is nothing new; the more cluttered the internet space becomes with marketing messages, the less of...

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