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Being a potter
Being a potter by Adrian Tilsley
The Clay End Our pottery starts life in the "clay end", traditionally a term used in the potteries for the clay preparation and making department known individually as the slip house and the casting shop. Phil is responsible for making all of the clay ware from mixing the clay to forming the...  more...
   
Being a Photographer
Being a Photographer by Guy Woodland
GUY WOODLAND was born in Karachi and has lived and worked extensively in Australia, Pakistan, Ethiopia, Portugal, Brazil and the UK. He studied at Blackpool and Fylde College, earning a diploma in professional photography. He owns liverpoolphotos.com, an online global picture resource and operates...  more...
   
On Public Relations
On Public Relations by Joel Jelen
A few hints on how to be everywhere in print, broadcast and online (incorporating some of The Do’s and Don’ts of PR) Public relations is about engaging with your publics. In plain English, it’s how you go about promoting and sometimes defending your status, your profile, your business and...  more...
   
How to get a career in valuation
How to get a career in valuation by Richard Chambers
Richard is a Chartered Surveyor having qualified in 1986. He started his career in West Yorkshire, moving to Merseyside in 1983 and moving to work in Manchester in 1988 with Dunlop Heywood. He joined DTZ in 1992, and became head of the valuation team in 1996. Richard’s experience is wide...  more...
   
For people starting out in PR
For people starting out in PR by Lisa Ashurst
Lisa set up Ashurst Communications in January 2009 to build on her 14 years experience in public relations and communications. Her clients include Corridor Manchester, a partnership set up to drive economic growth on the Corridor, the Oxford Road area of the city, and interior designers NoChintz. ...  more...
   
Working in a Marketing Role
Working in a Marketing Role by John Bridge
John Bridge is Communications Manager at Bill Elms Associates LTD, a marketing company based on Hope Street in Liverpool which specialises in live entertainment and ticketed events. Clients include and have included Merseyside Dance Initiative, Liverpool Pride, House of Suarez, Waverley Productions...  more...
   
For Freelance Journalism
For Freelance Journalism by Glenn Meads
Glenn is a freelance journalist and full time film and media tutor. He has been working for newspapers since 1993, whilst still at college. In 1998 he graduated from City University with a degree in Journalism and a Social Science. He currently works as the Manchester editor for...  more...
   
For Public Relations
For Public Relations by Richard Clein
Richard is a former BBC journalist and broadcaster who heads up Bell Pottinger North’s Liverpool office and is recognised as being one of the most influential people in the industry having been listed in the PR Week Power Book. He is also a specialist in managing and enhancing reputations...  more...
   
Working in PR
Working in PR by Lisa Hill
Graduated from the University of Salford in 2000, with a BA(Hons) in Media and Performance. Had dreams of becoming an actress, but got disillusioned with the world of auditions, 'luvies' and having no money so quite by accident fell into the world of PR and Marketing! CV...  more...
   
Being a freelance journalist
Being a freelance journalist by Michael Hunt
I’m an experienced, versatile feature writer and reporter, within the property, arts and entertainment industries. Currently I’m a reporter for Place North West, the leading online news service for property and regeneration professionals in the region, and North West editor for...  more...
   
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