How PR Saves Lives… and Businesses

Kapiti Business - Hannah Nutford to address Kapiti Business Breakfast
Kāpiti Electra Business Breakfast – Wednesday 4 November 2020

7.15am to 8.45am | Southward Car Museum

$35 (incl GST) per person

Bill Gates once said, “If I was down to my last dollar, I’d spend it on public relations.” But can strategic PR save businesses… and lives?

 

Hannah Nutsford (previously Delaney), Managing Director of Delaney & CO. Public Relations is sharing why now more than ever, businesses large and small are investing in strategic PR, and why you should be too.

 

Come along for an early morning start of networking over breakfast with local businesses as Hannah shares the following practical tips to set you up on your PR journey.  What is PR?; How to measure ROI; Do it yourself Vs. outsourcing; What to budget; PR do’s and don’ts for your small to medium enterprise (SME).

About the Speaker Hannah Nutsford A Public Relations Practitioner and small business entrepreneur, Hannah has 10 years communications experience in agile PR for SMEs.

 

Hannah is a seasoned communicator and sought after for public relations strategy, spokesperson training, media engagement and management, profiling building, reputation management and crisis communications.

 

Hannah has a Bachelor of Communications (Public Relations major, expressive arts & media minor) at Massey University and has a certificate in Change Management from the University of Sydney.

  “How PR saves business… and lives.”

See you there!  Book early to avoid disappointment. https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/pr-for-smes-how-pr-saves-lives-and-businesses-registration-124352841697

  

Electra Business Breakfast is an independent networking programme that seeks to INSPIRE, CONNECT and ENGAGE, everyone is welcome.  Hand sanitiser and COVID tracing QR code in-place at registration – please do not attend if you are feeling unwell – we recommend social distancing – seating 8 per table instead of 10 – bookings limited to 100 – wearing a mask is fine.

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