Laura Thomas

Trainee Account Executive

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All about Laura

Laura joined the team in 2018 after graduating with a degree in English Literature and Sociology from the University of Essex.

As part of the Manchester team, Laura supports clients on content, media relations and reporting.

Since moving to Manchester she has been busy exploring the city, but is also a pretty amazing badminton player in her spare time. Laura has some interesting stories to tell, like the time she died in a film – playing a child struck down by TB in the 2011 adaptation of Jane Eyre.

 

Recent articles by Laura

Twitter: Getting rid of the like but increasing the love?

The madness of this Monday morning wouldn’t have been much different from any other – that is, if it weren’t for the Twitter frenzy that was taking place.

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Poison or panacea? How does Kenneth Cukier view the 'threat' posed by AI

Climate change. Pandemics. These are just two potential existential threats where AI could offer a solution, according to Kenneth Cukier. Senior editor at The Economist, Cukier claims AI is not a promising development; it’s a necessary one.

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Using pictures to make PR pop

As it’s almost World Photo Day, we’ve been speaking a lot in the office about how important images can be when it comes to getting coverage for clients. Good pictures really can make or break a story, and by spending a little bit of extra time making sure you’re getting it right, you can turbo-charge your PR efforts.

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The Purpose of PR Survey 2016

PR is an ever-evolving discipline. The changes over the past decade have been unparalleled, brought about by the emergence of new media and the decline of traditional.

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Fourth Day meets... my2be

my2be is an online social network for students and professionals. Wherever you are in your career, we help you to reach the next stage through networking, advice, and mentoring.

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Work experience - worth it or not?

Stereotypically, work experience candidates are seen as more trouble than they’re worth, only useful for making cups of tea, and many companies refuse to take applicants under the age of 18.

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