Keep Calm, Chance Coaching Is My New Client

With the summer floating away and autumn settling around us like the dew on the grass and the blackberries in the hedgerows, work is coming in thick and fast at NTC HQ which can only be a good thing. As well as planning more PR School Workshops and meeting with businesses in Devon and London in the next few weeks, and I am also delighted to be working with Jenni Donato from Chance Coaching. Jenni specialises in offering life coaching …

How Natalie Trice Communications Could Help You

With my work hat on (think a floppy straw hat with a wide brim), I am looking to take on new clients   What do I offer:   One to one ‘PR School Power Hour Sessions’ that can be booked as a one-off, or a block of sessions to really help you get to grips with doing your own PR.   Retained client packages where I work with you as part of your team on an ongoing basis and tell …

Lisa Phillips is ‘In the Business Spotlight’

Less than two weeks to go until Christmas Day and yet it is still busy at NTC with new business calls to make, contracts to sign and cards to post (yes, I still do that).  With 2018 looking exciting and full of opportunities I am already starting my planning and this includes scheduling blog posts that put businesses like yours, in the spotlight. Today, Lisa Phillips, the founder of ‘Amazing Coaching‘ takes that spot and I have a feeling you are …

Harriet Angell is an Author in the Spotlight

I met Harriet Angell before we moved to Devon, and instantly warmed to her. As well as easing the pain in my knees that had been bothering me for weeks, she was kind, chatting and had a very calm way about her. Fast forward a few years and Harri is working on her second book after securing an amazing deal with Bloomsbury. Today she tells her story, one I think you are going to like. How did you get into …

Business Spotlight – Arabella Greatorex

New website, new blog, new features. Each week on Natalie Trice Communications, I am going to bring you a breath of fresh in the form of business people who are doing it for themselves. In my work, networking, time at the school gates and down on the beach, I come across a wonderful mix of people who are doing incredible things. Arabella is one of these very people. She welcomed me to Devon with open arms and as the Editor of …

Work life balance isn’t just for one week

The 2nd to 6th October is National Work Life Week and the reminder we need that all work and no play doesn’t make for a happy life. Working Families, the UK’s work life balance charity, and sister organisation Family Friendly Working Scotland are behind this thought provoking campaign. Together they have been supporting family friendly workplaces for nearly 40 years with aim of helping people find the balance that can sometimes feel impossible to strike. If, like me, you are …