Beauty – and the business

12 Oct

Copies of the latest issue of Behind the Spin are being distributed this week to universities with approved PR degree courses and to CIPR student members.

So work starts now on issue 15, to be published in February 2007. As guest editor, I’m inviting proposals on the following themes:

  • Public relations in the beauty industry (fashion, cosmetics etc)
  • The public relations consultancy business

Alternatively, you’re welcome to submit any articles of interest to our PR student readership. Please email suggestions to r[dot]s[dot]bailey[at]leedsmet[dot]ac[dot]uk. Contributions are welcome from students, recent graduates, practitioners and lecturers. Our print distribution is limited to the UK, but the Behind the Spin blog has extended the reach and we welcome English language contributions from other countries.

6 Responses to “Beauty – and the business”

  1. Mark Dorey 12/10/2006 at 2:03 pm #

    Richard,
    As a recent graduate of the PR course at the Met I would be happy to submit a piece for the magazine. I’m currently working for a small consultancy in Harrogate primarily involved in corporate and B2B accounts.
    Let me know if you would like me to contribute.
    Regards
    Mark

  2. Karen Russell 12/10/2006 at 4:33 pm #

    Will we be seeing the online version soon?

  3. Richard Bailey 12/10/2006 at 9:16 pm #

    Mark: thank you for responding. I hope you will write for the magazine – perhaps contrasting your work for a small consultancy with your work (on placement) for a corporate communications team.
    Karen: We’re a UK magazine at present because we’re supported financially by the London-based Chartered Institute of Public Relations. But it’s a handsome publication, and we have great aspirations for it ….

  4. Strive Notes 13/10/2006 at 7:26 am #

    Behind the Spin

    Behind the Spin is a magazine for and written by PR students. It was first produced by students from the College of St Mark and St John in Plymouth, but is open to students, practitioners and academics across the UK. The print magazine is published …

  5. Stephen Davies 13/10/2006 at 11:44 am #

    Agreed. BtS is a great PR resource. Would be great to see an online multimedia version.
    But that’s just the geek in me.🙂

  6. Heather Smith 13/10/2006 at 1:38 pm #

    Funny, I was talking to the BTS editor just the other day about the possibility of a ‘proper’ online version…would be nice, wouldn’t it….

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