Marketing doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Here are some thoughts on how to market your business for free through the networking groups on your doorstep.
On Wednesday 8th May we held our second breakfast seminar at the Hotel Du Vin Brighton with the help of Paul Richards, a former special adviser to two Cabinet members and a journalist who has written for the national media. Read more…
By Madeline Urbasik
My name is Madeline and I’m completing 3 months work experience at Cobb PR. I am originally from Germany. It’s been a month since I arrived in Eastbourne, so I thought I would blog about my first weeks with Cobb PR.
By Julie Causton
“You have to climb Kinabalu with a good heart. If you are arrogant or disrespectful, the spirits will prevent you from reaching the summit,” warned our guide as we set off on our climb up the 4,095 metre mountain in Southeast Asia.
By Chris Gape
I hope readers don’t think I’ve been asked by the Eastbourne Herald or any other newspaper to write the following column. I most certainly have not.
Cobb PR is working with Source BMX, the Hastings BMX bike suppliers, to promote their ten year anniversary event which is taking place at the De La Warr Pavilion this weekend on Sunday 5th May.
Cobb PR and The Let’s Do Business Group have won a contract to relaunch Locate East Sussex, the one-stop shop designed to attract new business investment in the county.
The world renowned artist and musician Brian Eno visited the Montefiore Hospital in Hove on Thursday April 18 to speak about his light and sound installations. The Montefiore is the only hospital in the world to feature Brian Eno’s work.
The first piece, 77 Million Paintings for Montefiore, is an installation of light and generative music in the reception area.
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Whether you make speeches to motivate staff, to influence key opinion formers or to engage stakeholders, make sure your important messages do not fall on deaf ears. Read more…
A picture is worth a thousand words. A hackneyed phrase that we trot out far too often but you should never under estimate the power of a really good photograph. And we don’t mean one that you’ve snapped on your phone or one that the office amateur took on their SLR. No, we mean one taken by a professional.