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How to Get Media Coverage in a Digital Age

British Institute of Interior Design

Tuesday, October 10, 2017 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (BST)

How to Get Media Coverage in a Digital Age

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BIID Member 4 Tickets Oct 10, 2017 £65.00 £0.00 £13.00
Non Member 1 Ticket Oct 10, 2017 £100.00 £0.00 £20.00
BIID Travelling Member Sold Out Oct 10, 2017 £52.00 £0.00 £10.40

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Learn how to get your work featured in the media in this practical, hands-on workshop. The three-hour session has been specially tailored for interior designers and covers topics ranging from how to make your website press friendly to how to write a press release or track down elusive journalists. There will be tips on sending images, using social media to engage with journalists and bloggers, as well as creating case studies and tweaking stories to suit different publications.   

WHAT TO EXPECT

The session will include a slide presentation looking at every aspect of achieving media coverage in a digital age including tips on using and sending photographs, writing and presenting press releases in the correct format as well as information on useful media databases. The talk will include lively participation as well as some informal exercises designed to help you present your ideas clearly and effectively to the media. There will also be lots of hand outs, tip sheets and examples of good and bad PR practice and of course, time for questions!

WHAT YOU WILL LEAVE WITH

By the end of the session you should feel emerge feeling confident about the practical steps needed to ensure your business gets effective media coverage.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Professional Interior Designers

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

The course is led by Serena Fokschaner, an experienced design journalist (publications include The Telegraph and Homes & Gardens) and founder of Good Coverage, a company which specialises in PR courses for individuals and organisations ranging from Sotheby’s Institute to Morley College, City University and The Portman Estate.


Additional information

Prices advertised are not inclusive of VAT.

Tickets for BIID events are allocated at a BIID member rate and a non-member rate. If the ticket type for your status has sold out, please contact the BIID office on 0207 628 0255, as we may be able to reallocate a ticket for you from the remaining selection.

*BIID member traveller rate:

To make our workshops more accessible to those based outside London, we are offering a discount to individuals whose offices are located more than 60 miles from the BIID office (EC2A 4PE). If this includes you, please book using the rates above. We will then contact you to verify your postcode.

To see if your office is located more than 60 miles please click here.

When booking please provide the name of the person who will be attending the event - we will use this for their delegate badge and materials.

All BIID events are subject to standard terms and conditions which can be read in full here or viewed below.

If you have any queries please email us at info@biid.org.uk or call 020 7628 0255.


Terms and Conditions:

  1. If you wish to cancel your booking, please send a refund request via EventBrite. A full refund will be issued if your refund request is received 10 working days before the date of the event.
  2. The full delegate fee will be forfeited for non-attendance (for any reason) without prior notice or cancellation of your booking 10 working days before the date of the event.
  3. A replacement delegate nominated and confirmed by you is permitted, but must be confirmed in writing to info@BIID.org.uk prior to the event.
  4. The BIID reserves the right to make changes to the programme.
  5. The BIID reserves the right to cancel the event if unavoidable circumstances arise.
  6. This event may be photographed and videoed. Attendance constitutes consent for these images/videos to be used, by the BIID and its partners, for promotional purposes.
  7. In compliance with the Data Protection Act, we must point out that the information on this form will be kept on a database.
  8. These terms and conditions shall be governed by and construed under the laws of England and Wales and you submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England and Wales.




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British Institute of Interior Design
9 Bonhill Street
EC2A 4PE London
United Kingdom

Tuesday, October 10, 2017 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (BST)


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British Institute of Interior Design

The British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) is the pre-eminent professional organisation for interior designers in the UK. Our growing membership represents both the commercial and residential sectors, in the UK and abroad.

Our Mission:

The British Institute of Interior Design is committed to encouraging and supporting creativity and competence in the field of interior design through facilitating best practice, practical professional support, development opportunities and education.

Our Standards: 

In addition to rigorous entry requirements which assess training, experience and professionalism, we require our members to continue their professional development throughout their career to ensure their continued expertise in design process, practice and regulatory matters.

The British Institute of Interior Design is the only professional organisation for interior designers which has been granted the prestigious and rare accolade of Institute status by the Minister of State as the pre-eminent body in its field.

History:

The organisation was founded in 1965 as the Interior Decorators and Designers Association (IDDA). In 2001, the IDDA was amalgamated with the globally recognised International Interior Design Association UK Chapter (IIDA), to form the British Interior Design Association (BIDA). The Secretary of State recognised the BIDA as the pre-eminent body in the field in 2009 and granted Institute status so it became the British Institute of Interior Design.

Outreach: 

The British Institute of Interior Design is a member of the Construction Industry Council (CIC), the All Parliamentary Design and Innovation Group (APDIG), the International Federation of Interior Architects/Designers (IFI), the UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) and the Creative Industries Federation.

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