DIY Public Relations for Entrepreneurs , iHarvest Coworking Sunshine, Thursday, 25. June 2020

As an entrepreneur, you’ll need to know when to develop and engage Public Relations to take your business to the next level. Timely news exposure can really propel your business into the minds of consumers, enabling you to break into saturated markets and stand out.
Present yourself to journalists with a great pitch and an effective press release. Create an effective campaign by learning about the news, news values and the inverted pyramid. When you show journalists and news publications your understanding of PR and present them with a great press release you simply cannot go wrong!
In this session you will learn about; the inverted pyramid, news values, how to target media, pitching and possible story angles.
Here is a sample of the topics we will discuss:

What is news? How does a story make it into the newspaper, online media or magazine?
How to identify your audience and appropriate media contacts
How to write a media release
How to write a pitch and follow it up

This workshop is for entrepreneurs who want to:

Gain the knowledge to develop their own PR campaigns
Promote themselves and their businesses’ through the media
Gain knowledge about the public relations and understand the basics of how news works

Facilitator: 
Miriam Deliva is a experienced communicator with a background in Executive Support, Event Management and PR and over 8 years’ experience,  Miriam has worked in different roles including communications, banking and finance, agency positions supporting food, fashion and technology clients. She has helped small businesses reach traditional, print and online media and genuinely wants to see small businesses and local communities thrive.


Mentoring with the VU Entrepreneurs in Residence (VU EIRs).
The iHarvest mentoring sessions offer specialised guidance to startups and entrepreneurs through connection to the VU EIRs, a diverse bunch with a single common defining characteristic – they believe in the importance of developing entrepreneurs and They Make it Matter.
HANNAH GEE is the ‘Storytelling for Influence’ Masterclass Master and she’s also one of the Entrepreneurs in Residence at Victoria University who you can connect with through the iHarvest Mentoring program.
Speak to Hannah about Leadership, Management, Purpose, Learning and Development, Business Growth, Consulting, Storytelling, and Learning Design
THOMAS ANBEEK is a builder with a passion for entrepreneurship and startups. After spending a number of years as a management consultant, the Erasmus University and the Rotterdam School of Management engaged Thomas to aid in establishing the Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship (ECE). After moving to Australia Thomas became the first employee at Startup Victoria and was responsible for growing the community from 3,000 to 11,000 startup enthusiasts.
Speak to Thomas about Startups, Teamwork, Investment, Lean start-up, Community Building, and Program Development
JORDAN GIAN is a designer and thought provoker – but mostly a creative entrepreneur. With a background in design Jordan unknowingly used many Human Centered Design methods in setting up 15 SME’s before his 25th birthday. Jordan’s time is split between design commitments for leading global brands, running ecom businesses, hospitality venues and consulting on strategy and innovation.
Speak to Jordan about Small business, Design, Marketing, Getting started, Mindset, and Scale
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DIY Public Relations for Entrepreneurs

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