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Whether it is raising your profile with clients and customers or growing your reputation locally it is vital you send out the right signals to the right people at the right time.
Often businesses and organisations fail to see the opportunities or don’t know how to maximise them. Some have tried, and failed, to get press or magazine coverage. Jon can bring fresh ideas and 22 years of practical knowledge of the media and an unparalleled network of contacts to the aid of your organisation. Working closely with you, he will help to create new opportunities for press coverage and make the most of those that already exist. He will also seek out, through his extensive network of contacts, opportunities for your business to raise its profile in new and innovative ways.
If you want to stand out in an increasingly crowded world then you need Grubb Street Media.
It is vital you send out the right signals to the right people at the right time. - Jon Grubb
How do journalists think? What makes a good story? When is the best day to release bad or good news? How can I get the local paper or radio to my event?
Jon provides training courses that will lift the lid on the world of the media and offer practical advice and tips on how you can improve your coverage. Workshops cover subjects such as how to set out your press release and tips on building relationships with your local media. Each one is tailored specifically to the needs of your audience and can cover all or part of a day.
Jon is sought after as a speaker or at motivational workshops and networking events.
The workings of the press and journalists can seem like an impenetrable mystery.
From time to time those mistakes catch the attention of local, regional or even national media and you feel under siege.
It can be a stressful and worrying time. The consequences of bad press can be deeply damaging and long-lasting.
To manage a PR crisis you need someone who understands how the media work, what they are looking for and, sometimes, what will keep them at bay. With 22 years in the media Jon knows how to manage the news and reporters. During his career Jon has taken responsibility for co-ordinating with the national and local media during the Fred West coverage; taken charge of over 100 editorial staff during national crises reporting such as Diana’s death, The Iraq War and 9/11 as well as numerous other national news stories.
He knows how the industry thinks and can bring that knowledge to help you manage your crisis and diminish any negative coverage.
The consequences of bad press can be deeply damaging and long-lasting. – Jon Grubb