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What a PR disaster the story of newly-appointed Youth Police and Crime Commissioner Paris Brown has been. No doubt this will become a classic case study on PR courses up and down the country – social media, crisis management, media interfering, it’s got it all.
With many of us conducting our meetings virtually over the past few months, Caroline Fletcher looks at how our business etiquette has changed in this time.
Working from home with young children is, let's say, a challenge. Here at Fourth Day we too are dealing with the trials of a lockdown and for many of us that means homeschooling our young children. We asked our agency parents about striking the balance between keeping the kids happy and focusing on work.
Reading through our blog posts from the past year, you can tell it’s been a busy one here at Fourth Day.
As experts in international PR, we know a thing or two about the challenges of communication across borders. From when not to call a German journo, to when it's OK to use emojis, our multi-lingual teams have the inside info.
In the words of Audrey Hepburn, “Paris is always a good idea.” With its graceful architecture and tree-lined boulevards (and the less idyllic congestion), Paris is known as one of the world’s most elegant cities. Both huge fans of travelling, Sarah Jane and I jumped at the chance to spend a few days with our colleagues at Quatrieme Jour last week.