With journalists from BBC Business News, The Times, Business Matters, The Fintech Times speaking on the panel, and over 30 small businesses armed with a variety of PR questions, we found 7 creative ways to grab a journalist’s attention when sharing content...
On Tuesday 19th January JournoLink hosted the second Journo Question Time in the City of London, at not-for-profit incubator Bathtub 2 Boardroom.
With journalists from BBC Business News, The Times, Business Matters & The Fintech Times speaking on the panel, and over 30 small businesses armed with a variety of PR questions, we discovered 7 creative ways to grab a journalist’s attention when sharing content...
If you’re already signed up to JournoLink but haven't sent a press release yet, this should give you some great inspiration to start writing. Whether you're at the start of your PR journey, have a product launch on the way or something you feel strong enough to shout about, journalists are waiting to hear your story. It’s time.
Here's what some of our journalists had to say about the event...
"A great evening meeting businesses from all over the UK. From finding out how to stay relevant and engage with the media, to pitching stories to us on the spot. I know Business Matters Magazine will be featuring a number of these businesses in the future."
"These JournoLink events are a real treat. The startups and businesses get to talk with media contacts in a way they never otherwise could, and the media get to meet new people that they never otherwise would. Spot on."
Written By: Emily Jane Brown, Head of Partnerships
Emily is a core part of the team here at JournoLink. Nurturing key relationships on a daily basis, Emily ensures our voice is heard across a variety of small business networks throughout London and the UK.