Entries by Alisa Aronson

Jewish Women’s Business Network by The PR Office

At 4.15pm on a grey Monday in January, the London Stock exchange filled with a steady stream of women, and the reception room began to buzz with conversations, introductions and excitement at the evening to come. The Jewish Women’s Business Network launched with an event filled with an illustrious list of unique and inspiring speakers […]

From Intern to Account Director by Deborah Eder & Aaron Bass

It’s been an eventful and exciting few years for Account Director, Aaron Bass. Since joining us as an intern, Aaron rose swiftly through the ranks and has now been an Account Director for 18 months.  To find out how his internship laid the groundwork for future success, Deborah Eder, who herself recently transitioned from intern […]

Football for good: spreading the word at the AFC Cup

Three months on from the launch of AFDP Global, an exciting social enterprise which aims to transform lives and communities through football, our chairman Shimon Cohen (pictured left) recently joined HRH Prince Ali and CEO JF Cecillon (pictured right) at the AFC Asian Cup in the UAE. As well as attending a number of exciting […]

How Tottenham Hotspur’s PR man came up trumps (like the team on Sunday) by Jonathan Garfield

A version of this article was originally published in PR Week Following Jose Mourinho being dismissed as Manchester United manager, Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino was immediately touted as the early favourite to replace him. This led to reporters quizzing the Tottenham manager on the subject at the first opportunity. However during a press conference last […]

The Launch of The Daily Telegraph’s Technology Intelligence Division by Drew Salisbury

Yesterday, I attended the launch of The Daily Telegraph’s new Technology Intelligence division – a department dedicated entirely to the paper’s renowned tech expertise. At the breakfast event, we heard from two of the most senior team members – Robin Pagnamenta, Head of Technology Intelligence, and Harry de Quetteville, Special Correspondent. The audience was largely […]