Why I Celebrate Small Business Saturday

Today is 1 December. Why am I tell you that? Well, because it means it is the first day of advent calendars, it’s World Aids Day and it is also Small Business Saturday. All three strike a chord with me. I have always loved advent calendars and can confirm that chocolate ones are the best! I remember a drama company coming into talk to my sixth form on World Aids Day, and I’ve never forgotten the impact of their performance. …

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 …

The launch of PR School

I love PR and I love teaching, talking and mentoring, so this month has seen the launch of PR School. PR School is an idea I have been working on for a while and am excited to see where it goes. We already we have nearly 300 members in the closed Facebook community where there is the sharing of ideas, brainstorming of projects, as well as hints, tips and a sprinkle of motivation and inspiration each morning and this is proof …

Get the ball rolling with you book PR in 2018

Christmas has been and gone and it looks like 2018 is going to be a busy and exciting year. As well as working with my regular clients and taking on ad-hoc projects, I am currently knee deep in draft one of my next book with Nell James Publishing. When I wrote Cast Life – A Parent’s Guide to DDH, I was able to use my PR experience from the previous twenty years to get my book out there. Review copies, …

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 …