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Nelson Bostock – our story

Today we launched a new face for Nelson Bostock, bringing together the agency, team, clients and our work in a way that allows us proudly to tell you more about the impact we’re making in the world. When Roger Nelson and Martin Bostock set up the agency back in 1987, they intended to generate pitch…

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5 minutes with Stefan Chilingirov

Stefan joined Nelson Bostock as an Account Assistant just one month ago and he’s already scooped a Winning Mind Award! Let’s find out more about the face behind the accolade. Why a career in PR and Communications? It’s actually something that I fell into by chance after studying journalism. I’m very creative and I knew…

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The impact of ransomware on critical infrastructure drives bold commitments during #Cybersecmonth

Here at Nelson Bostock, we’re talking cybersecurity week in, week out thanks to our mix of clients that tap into this sector. So, it doesn’t take Cybersecurity Awareness Month for us to indulge in the latest news, but it has been a particularly interesting few weeks in terms of industry news. The US initially took…

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Wearables are wearing our patience thin…

We’re really big fans of tech, as you might expect, but so far we’ve had some pretty hit and miss experiences with wearables. Recently Sophie and Sohaib were trying out Xiaomi Mi bands. They’re small and sleek (the Mi bands, not Sophie or Sohaib) – tracking steps and monitoring sleep. But despite some positive reviews…

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Girls in Tech: How to Break into the Tech Industry

Carlly and Cassie recently went to a Girls in Tech event on how to break into the tech industry. Hosted at the start-up incubator Wayra’s offices, they went to hear more about the struggles of women in tech and what could be done to create an even playing field. Here’s how they got on: With…

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MWC: A survivor’s guide

What’s one of the biggest events in the tech calendar? What do you start planning a full year ahead of time? What’s the worst holiday you’ve ever had? The answer to all three is Mobile World Congress. For all eyes in the tech world to stop and look at one place or moment in time…

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Love letter to San Francisco

24.05.17, by Lucie Bickerdike Earlier this month a colleague and I were lucky enough to visit San Francisco. We enjoyed a series of meetings with members of the city’s tech and PR communities. Much has been written about Silicon Valley as a global hub for technological innovation. More tech giants than it’s possible to count…

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Five Top Tips to get into PR

By Will Hart, Deputy Managing Director, Nelson Bostock Unlimited It’s one of the great joys of working life to be able to offer candidates their first jobs in PR. To see them embrace the opportunity and ‘learn to fly’. Here at Nelson Bostock, there are three key things we look for in people (at all levels):…

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Have you ever fully ‘made it’ in tech PR?

You’ve just graduated from university. After what seemed like a mountain of grad scheme applications, aptitude tests, CV submissions, and interviews, you’ve managed to land your first PR job. You start your first week in the world of work. You realise that despite everything you learnt at university, your English degree didn’t completely equip you…

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Reflections on “Top Secret: from ciphers to cyber security”

At NBU we always want to explore how the subject matter of our work relates to the world around us. Technology infiltrates every day in so many ways. From the way we communicate with one another, to the security of our most private information. This week, designer Stephanie Howard visited an exhibition at the Science…

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