Going global – working with international press

27 January 2015
Details
  • Start: 18:30
  • End: 20:30
  • Location: J&J Innovation Centre, 1 Chapel Place, London, W1C 1HF

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An introduction to working with international press

Find out about how to identify suitable publications overseas, how to approach them, and the importance of understanding different conventions. Science is a global endeavour, and many organisations are increasingly keen to reach international audiences, and this often falls to press officers. Working with international press can present new challenges, from language barriers to differing conventions and expectations. Join us to hear from experts from different backgrounds about how to navigate international media relations and discusses the challenges they have overcome. Doors open at 18:30 and the event will start at 19:00, at 20:30 we will decamp to a suitable pub.

Speakers:

Ellen Rose, Director, Communications and External Affairs Leader, J&J Innovation Centre Daisy Barton, Media Relations Manager, The Lancet Linda Capper, Head of Communications, British Antarctic Survey Stuart Coles, International PR Manager, King's College London To join us, email events@stempra.org.uk As always, our events are free and open to all Stempra members. Non-members who would like to attend can join on the night.