August 25, 2020
1:00 PM - Webinar Express
**BOOKINGS HAVE NOW CLOSED**
As a small or medium-sized enterprise (SME), should you be considering corporate social responsibility (CSR)? What are the demands personally and professionally? Is it all about giving or do you get something in return? Join Nicky Rudd from content marketing and PR agency Padua Communications as she takes you on her CSR journey.
Nicky will be sharing what she has learnt from volunteering with Surrey Young Carers, City YMCA and other more regional community initiatives over the past decade. She will be offering some tips to highlight what you need to be aware of if you are thinking CSR is going to be included in your future plans as well as giving advice on getting the balance right personally and professionally.
This talk is ideal for anyone thinking of volunteering and business owners who are looking to integrate CSR with their business strategy.
Speaker: Nicky Rudd – Managing Director of Padua Communications
Nicky is a CIM Fellow and a communications consultant with 23 years of agency experience. She is MD of Padua Communications, an agency that she founded in 2009 and that offers content, marketing, PR and events support.
With a background in tech PR and experience of working in consumer and B2B, Nicky has stacks of experience of working with clients in a wide range of markets creating PR and content campaigns. Nicky has worked in TV and radio production at The Media Trust and BBC Radio Northampton, where she also presented. Prior to that, she started her career as a secondary school English and Media Studies teacher.
A member of the PRCA, Nicky is a regular facilitator and speaker on business communications, marketing and PR.
Nicky drinks an inordinate amount of tea and was very nearly the voice of the speaking clock.
The webinar is kindly hosted by CIM South East and will last approximately 40 minutes with a Q&A session after the presentation.
If you would like to register and attend the webinar please do so by clicking the book now button below. Information on how to join, along with the link, will be sent the morning of the webinar so please do check your spam/junk folders that morning in case the email has been directed there by your email provider.
Bookings for this webinar will close at 09:00 on Tuesday 25 August 2020.
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