Missive Launches Virtual PR Clinic Offering Free PR Advice To Tech Firms
In the wake of the pandemic, many businesses within our network stepped up to support each other and the community during the crisis.
Some of our clients showed remarkable examples of entrepreneurship by rapidly pivoting to provide new services to give their support in fighting the emergency.
One of them was communications consultancy Missive, who recently launched a virtual PR clinic, offering free 45-minute advice sessions to businesses via Zoom on a ‘walk-in’ basis.
The clinic will be open every Thursday from 10am until 1pm, throughout April and May.
Businesses will be able to discuss challenges they’re facing or seek guidance on anything related to PR and communications, including media relations strategy, internal comms, crisis comms, and social media.
“The communications challenges that tech brands are facing during this period are varied. We are supporting firms with business continuity and workforce restructuring comms. We’re also helping companies that are less directly impacted to decide what is a prudent short and long term PR and comms strategy right now. This is a time when journalists are facing furlough and consumers or business customers are distracted from normal purchasing decisions. PR and comms has to respond,” said Missive Co-Founder Nicola Koronka.
Each Thursday morning, the Zoom code will be published on Missive’s LinkedIn and Twitter platforms from 8:30am.
Attendees will first be held in a waiting room before being admitted to receive a confidential 1:1 appointment with one of Missive’s senior team. Appointments will not be available to book in advance and instead, will be handled on a first come, first served basis.
The virtual PR clinic is one of a suite of services Missive is offering to businesses in response to Covid-19. For more information visit Missive’s website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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