What We’ve Been Up To This Week…
Welcome to our Don’t Panic weekly blog. Our regular round-up of new staff, new events and new challenges. We’ve been as busy as ever perfecting some of the most prestigious events of the year, here’s a sneak peek of everything that’s coming up, and what you may have missed.
This Week’s Big News
This week we have many deadlines for you to keep up with, here is whats been going on:
The PRMoment Awards London have now come to a close. We had a fantastic night celebrating and rewarding the expertise, talent and achievements of the UK Biddable Media industry.
We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone that joined us on the night and to all of our sponsors that got involved! Want to see the pictures from the night? Click here.
Today is the deadline for your PRCA DARE Awards entries, get them in by midnight tonight for a chance to make it onto the shortlist, announced on 20, April 2018.
Remember, we’re heading to 6 locations across the UK to reward the very best in PR & Communications, so there’s no reason not to enter! Click here to read more about the event now.
Here’s what is coming up over the next few months…
|Interactive Marketing Awards
When: 10 April 2018
Where: Fort Lauderdale Convention CentreThe Interactive Marketing Awards will celebrate and reward excellence in Interactive Marketing campaigns, agencies and in-house teams, with over 200 of the industry’s senior digital professionals and influencers joining us on the night.
|The Inspire Awards
When: 5 June 2018
Where: Hilton Deansgate Hotel, Manchester
Join us for a night of celebrating and rewarding those who inspire diversity within the UK Construction, Engineering & Housing industries.
Our event of the week…
|The European Search Awards are just around the corner. Today, the shortlist for the event was announced in preparation for the big night. Click here to see the full list of finalists now!
The Awards are now in their 7th year of celebrating the very best in SEO, PPC, Digital and Content Marketing in Europe.
Click here to get your tickets for the event.
Here at the Don’t Panic Speaker Bureau we always aim to give you what you want, and who you want. So, as always we’ve been busy lining up new speakers for you to hear and plenty of events for them to attend.
We have had 2 new additions to our bureau recently, and we can’t wait for you to meet them.
Since her freak accident in the highest level of eventing, Claire has found new sports including skiing, set up a business, written a book and organised fundraising events. Her life has been turned around, but it did have one similarity, she was busy again.
Claire speaks publicly about the split second that changed her life, and candidly describes the darkest times alongside the gradual process of turning her situation around, and surprisingly how the best five days of her life have all been after her devastating injury.
Click here to read more.
|Richard Charles Lawrence
From the height of conflict with the Taliban to studying a masters degree in Philosophy.
Richard has gone from successfully solving complex problems on the battlefield to a qualified hypnotherapist, an award-winning salesman in the pharmaceutical industry and a chief instructor of the martial art ‘Keysi’.
His talks are thought-provoking with topics ranging from how to cope with pressure, to being more effective in leading and thinking.
Click here to read more about Richard.
The Cool, Calm Events Collective
Here at Don’t Panic, we are a full-service events agency that specialises in seamlessly delivering all aspects of awards, conferences and more! We pride ourselves on producing innovative and profitable events, based on strong relationships, attention to detail and unique approach.
We are the calm in your storm. The zen of events, working tirelessly behind the scenes to make you magnificent.
Author: Hannah Bulfield, Don’t Panic
A guide to a successful entry by David Edmundson-Bird
Are you considering entering into one of our award schemes but aren't sure what it takes to complete a winning entry? David Edmundson-Bird, a renowned judge of multiple awards, has put together his top tips on what the panel looks for during the judging process.