Talking Point

Pinch Point Communications blogs mainly about topics relevant to leadership, public relations and communications. If you’d like to write a guest blog, please get in touch.

Turning 50 and saying Thank You

As I think about turning 50 next month, I have taken the opportunity to reflect on where I am in my career and my life and I’ve taken some time to think about those...

Too good to turn down…

By Rob Stokes Sometimes an offer comes along which is too good to turn down. That’s what happened when Sarah approached me to work for her at Pinch Point Communications. After 35 years in...

Our next chapter

By Cheryl Campsie, Associate Director, Pinch Point Communications Through the height of the Covid pandemic I was working in Government communications. It was a fascinating insight into the synergy between policy and fast-moving communications...

Announcement Klaxon: Investing in Pinch Point Communications

by Sarah Pinch, Managing Director, Pinch Point Communications Ten years ago I left my last role in house role, as director of communications in a multi-stakeholder public facing organisation, leaving was a hard decision....

Ahead of IWD 2022

In my 20s, I planned a big party for my 30s in Cornwall.  It was months after my beloved grandmother died and it was a mixed experience. The party was held in what is...

In her own words: Naya, PPC’s intern

“To be honest I didn’t know what to expect going in as an intern at Pinch Point Communications (PPC). Applying for any internship is hard, you want to get as much out of it...

Time for an Intern

Here at PPC we are committed to making changes that promote diversity and inclusion. In the spring of 2021, we applied to have an intern through the Taylor Bennett Foundation of which our MD...

Reflections

On 18th February I am going into hospital, for elective surgery. That means, in short hand, surgery I have chosen to have. Who knew I would ever do that? I have a lot of...

Say yes more often

All through my life I have been inpsired by helping others, mainly through volunteering and sending things in the post. It is in my DNA thanks to my maternal grandparents and my own mum...

CIPR Election, when the PR becomes the story: #VotePete

In 2014 I was elected, unopposed to be President of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations for 2015, I had for years chaired the regional South West committee, and it was in Bristol that...

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