Agony Aunt

Elliot, Jackie
September 2015
PRWeek (London);Sep2015, p66
Trade Publication
The article presents an interview with chairman of corporate and marketing communications company Cathcart Consulting Jackie Elliot. Topics discussed in the interview are rule in accepting and approaching someone in the business-oriented social networking service LinkedIn, developing new areas of practices in the public relations industry, and aftermath of a amorous situation with a client in a party.


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