The Cartwright Communications team takes on the latest PR and marketing issues and discusses our recent news and highlights.
Hospitality: Consider your comms as you reopen your doors
As a waiting nation stands by to visit its favourite pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants from 4 July, what are we all expecting from our much missed hospitality businesses as they reopen, and how can they help to safely ease us out of our safe havens and back out into the world?
Webinars with a difference: top tips on making and hosting great webinars
As a result of Covid-19, companies across the country are having to adapt and take steps to move their business and events online. With webinars becoming commonplace across a number of industries, account executive – and producer and presenter of CC Live – Danielle Hall shares her top tips on how to take yours to the next level.
Behind the scenes in Lapland with When You Wish Upon a Star
“Who wants to go to Lapland?” – The email subject you can only dream of landing in your inbox. We joined the non-profit organisation When You Wish Upon A Star (WYWUAS), which has a simple mission to grant wishes of children living with life-threatening illnesses, on its annual Christmas trip.
Four things to avoid when managing a media centre
Managing a media centre for hundreds of journalists at a major event is something we are very familiar with. We understand the huge amount of work that goes on, not only looking after the media centre itself, but all the work that happens behind the scenes. Senior account executive Charlotte Spencer reveals four things you shouldn’t do when managing a media centre.
Five tips for taking high-quality event photography
It’s one thing to say after an event that people enjoyed themselves, but photos prove it. So how do you capture events in their best light? Senior account executive Katie Nelson shares her secrets to capturing high-quality event photography.
Five essential thoughts when planning an event
We’re no strangers to planning events and understand the huge amount of work that goes into coordinating a night that’s packed to the rafters and the talk of the town. Account director Rose Hayes reveals five things you’ve got to keep in mind if you want an event to remember.