Is tech PR accessible to all?

Last Thursday I attended the event organised by one of my favourite PR agencies — Golin, and a fantastic group that gets together PR pros and journalists operating in the tech environment — TechJPR. The event mainly tackled diversity and accessibility to this part of the industry. Is tech PR and journalism accessible to everyone, from every background?

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#6ofMarcel: Improvising, Seenit, TechCrunch Disrupt volunteering

I had a real blast volunteering at TechCrunch Disrupt this week!

I had a real blast volunteering at TechCrunch Disrupt this week!

The penultimate edition of #6ofMarcel this year is here. This week has been great! I was volunteering at one of the most important tech events in the world, TechCrunch Disrupt. I was, again, really impressed with the coverage gained by the Polish grandpa learning English.

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#6ofMarcel: Careers Fair, Digital and Creative event and holding a door

#MarcelWritesDisso and will continue doing this for a few more months.

#MarcelWritesDisso and will continue doing this for the next few months.

We are halfway through November. Christmas is coming, May and the deadline of my dissertation submission is even closer now. In the past few days, I particularly loved two PRCA events. I also liked the podcast about holding door and a formula for the perfect americano. These are my favourite things of last week, this is #6ofMarcel.

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#6ofMarcel: Impress, Apple’s Touch Bar and PRCA Broadcast event

For more shapes of the City, head over to my Instagram!

For more shapes of the City, head over to my Instagram!

With October slowly coming to an end, it’s time for the last #6ofMarcel this month. This week, I really liked the MacBook Pro unveiled at Apple conference and I found out that radio listenership is always as high as TV viewership. I also got really intrigued with press regulation in the UK.

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#6ofMarcel: Digital Group, small talk and Google’s new products

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A view from the astounding FHF offices in Bankside.

First week of October is almost completed. Autumn has officially arrived to London. There were few things I’ve done in the last seven days — I listened to a great programme about small talk, found Google’s conference really interesting and absolutely loved the PRCA Digital Group hosted by FleishmanHillard Fishburn.

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