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When the Women’s Legal Service approached me to be one of their Dancing CEOs at their annual gala event, I didn’t hesitate. As The Red Republic is 90 per cent female and one in five women will be effected by domestic violence it was a calling too hard to ignore.
Up until a couple of months ago, when asked for recommendations in the Pyrmont area my face would draw an absolute blank. Considering I’ve lived in Sydney for most of my life this is somewhat embarrassing.
You may have heard that The Red Republic regularly holds seminars for students and graduates wanting to break into the field of PR and strategic communications, and you may ask ‘why?’
We need the dirt. We need to know the pet peeves, what gets a story over the line and what really goes on in a newsroom, so we can share it with our fellow PR peeps.
I’m often asked what my job entails… what PR’s really do… ‘cos like we all just sit around, look glamorous, drink champagne and stare at pretty clothes right? Nup.
When I heard the news that we were going to be working with Bondi’s new farmers market I was absolutely thrilled. Being a Bondi local and a super keen foodie I’m definitely going to be a supporter of our local Australian businesses who are going to bring the freshest and best produce from the bush to the beach.
It is a tradition at our head office to once a month host a ‘ Fed By Red’ lunch in Brisbane. And this month we hosted our first ‘Le Cordon Blue’ lunch with our Blue by Red PR team and clients in Sydney.