Monthly Archives: October 2007
I delivered a presentation this morning at Artichoke’s Larger Than Life conference. The whole day was about large-scale ambitious productions and how to deal with particular aspects of producing events, including fundraising, logistics, marketing and specifically how to get press and media coverage for these kinds of large scale events.
Encouraging entrepreneurs in the creative sector is vital to help safeguard and develop London as a key global hub for knowledge-based businesses, according to high profile celebrity and brand publicist Mark Borkowski.
Businesses within creative industries need more encouragement to grow, it has been claimed. According to brand publicist Mark Borkowski these types of companies should be encouraged to grow so that London can continue developing as a centre for knowledge-based businesses
Once again fans enjoyed a Tom Cruise’s film premiere walkabout last night. The A lister pleasured his fans with a two-and-a-half-hour walkabout publicity stunt at the world premiere of Lions For Lambs. The old standby stunt might be a card he has played on numerous occasions but it still delivers the column inches.
“Watch out… Wilko – Habana’s so quick he’s been racing cheetahs in preparation for South Africa’s World Cup clash against England this Saturday. And nearly winning! The speedy Springbok player publicised the launch of a wild cheetah census with a race against the fastest animal on earth.”
So finally, the Deloitte Report is out! Expect witch hunting and virtual crucifixions of hapless celebs like cuddly Ant & Dec. Call me a cynical old publicist but am I the only one to feel that ITV are feigning a desire to be transparent. I smell a plot.