Charities have undoubtedly been hit as hard as any sector by Covid-19, with a devastating loss of funds aligned with an increased demand for their services. They need help now.
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Ed Baker and James Tourgout, formerly senior account directors, have been made associate directors at 10-strong Deep South Media.
Dorset Chamber chief executive Ian Girling has set out what he wants to see from Chancellor Rishi Sunak in this week’s Budget. Ian said: “The Chancellor Rishi Sunak faces a blizzard of tough decisions in this ‘bounceback’ budget. “He needs to ensure a smooth transition from national crisis to economic recovery while restoring the public finances in the long-term. “Clearly … Read More
An equine lawyer who has been riding since the age of five has warned of a rising number of disputes as horse sales boom in lockdown. Ellen Shipton, of regional law firm Ellis Jones Solicitors, said that mis-selling appears to be increasing whether through genuine misunderstandings or deliberate targeting of buyers. Now she has urged anyone buying, selling or involved … Read More
How do you choose which PR strategy is best? In house or outsourced? If outsourced do you want a one man band or an established agency? Here we look at the advantages and disadvantages.
Regional law firm Ellis Jones Solicitors has urged businesses to anticipate employment issues before they arise in the face of a lengthy coronavirus lockdown. Partner and head of employment Kate Brooks has highlighted key points to consider amid calls for tougher restrictions as the Covid crisis deepens. This includes employees being able to take unpaid time off on an unlimited … Read More
What does public relations, or ‘PR’ mean to you and your business, charity, school or organisation?
Deep South Media has launched a new service for start-ups and micro-businesses. The Spartans provides all DSM’s PR services.
Going green – more than 80 delegates attended the first conference of its kind at Bournemouth University