To mark this year’s International Women’s Day (IWD), we’ve been collating case studies for our clients and getting great examples of women in business, engineering, manufacturing and construction out into the media. We love bringing these stories to life and capturing the skill, hard work and commitment that all our clients demonstrate in their fields. So now it’s our turn to look inwards and consider what this important day means to us. Here’s what our Deputy Managing Director, Hannah Elwell had to say about this year’s theme, breaking the bias.
Team USG has taken on another challenge to raise money for LAMP, Leicestershire Action for Mental Health Project.
Last November we completed a Lockdown Miles Challenge clocking up a fantastic 1,072.59 miles in four weeks, raising £ for LAMP.
Staff have now taken on the charity’s ‘Around the World 5km Challenge’ which sees those taking part complete a total of 5km a day during Mental Health Week (10th – 16th May 2021).
We recently welcomed university student Joe to undertake a week of virtual work experience with the PR team. Here’s what he had to say about his time in the Zoom room with us.
Currently a second year Philosophy, Politics and Economics student at the University of Nottingham, I contacted Unsworth Sugden in the hope of gaining a thorough insight into the public relations sector, building on my current skill set and successfully applying myself in a professional setting.
We asked two of our PR Account Managers to go head to head on the questions that matter the most since the pandemic started a year ago. Both Alexandra Bullen and Mark Sheppard have given it their all to support their clients during this challenging time and were rewarded with promotions, showing how hard work and commitment pays off. Here’s what they had to say…
We are delighted to announce that we have launched USsigns, a new signage production and fitting business.
Having secured premises on Gladstone Street in the city centre, we are now in a position to bring all signage manufacturing for existing clients in house, as well as attract new orders nationwide.
It has been a challenging couple of weeks for the entire nation. Businesses and individuals are being faced with problems on a daily basis for which there is no benchmark, no rule book and most worryingly no semblance of certainty.
At Unsworth Sugden we have been able to mobilise effective home working in order to protect our staff and their families. We are fully operational and continue to serve our clients in this time of need.