Alison Shadrack Brown

Alison Shadrack-Brown is the founder of Adia PR and the torchbearer behind some of the UK’s most disruptive and trailblazing entrepreneurs. Alison launched Adia PR in 2013 to help inspired entrepreneurs to build brand awareness and get noticed in the media as ‘the’ go-to experts or thought leaders in their field. Her clients are regularly featured in the crème de la crème of the media world, like The Times, Forbes, and Sky News and they’re frequently winners of coveted industry awards.
Alison has received numerous accolades herself as a leading PR expert from the likes of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards and Enterprise Nation and Experian who selected her as one of the Top50 Business Advisers and Top5 PR Advisers in the UK. She is a Brand Ambassador for the Institute of Directors. Adia PR is the PR partner of the NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards and The Business Show.

PR Blueprint to Secure Your Successful Launch and Maximise Publicity

Whether you’re about to launch your business, or a new product or service within an existing business, there are some key things you need to prepare before you hit the launch button. Alison Shadrack-Brown will provide you with the blueprint her award-winning PR agency has used to successfully launch their clients’ businesses and secure media coverage reaching millions of people.

Alison Shadrack Brown will be speaking in the following theatres:

Theatre 9 - Wednesday 17.00 - 17.30: PR Blueprint to Secure Your Successful Launch and Maximise Publicity

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