Its been all hands on deck this week in the Cobb PR offices with people and press releases flying out the door. Weve also been busy preparing for both the Premier Breakfast Club and Brighton & Hove Business Lunch Club which took place on Friday, March 16.
Our Brighton offices are now nearly complete with the finishing touches being made in the shape of a shiny new glass desk and some swanky red leather chairs to jazz the place up. Hopefully everything will be finished in the next couple of weeks for all of you to see.
Chris started the week with mans best friend at a dog micro-chipping day down at Pets for Homes, courtesy of Eastbourne Homes. On Tuesday he then had a spot of filming at Whiteman & Parrish to record a pre budget piece for BBC TV, whilst squeezing some more filming in today for the BBC with Ticketmedia on the economy in the south east. When he wasnt chipping dogs or on set, he managed to listen to the coverage of Cheltenham races, but strictly no gambling of course!
Matt has been shoe shopping in the office helping The Horder Centre Charity in their search for celebrity shoes to feature in their auction happening later this year. He has also been helping Parafix in the exciting sponsorship of the Sussex Senior Cup and the promotion of their recent deal with Sussex FA. Office DIY guru Matt also found time to hang up our certificate from Chesnut Tree Hospice which we are very proud of.
Friday has been a day of indulgence.
Amy, the newest addition to the Cobb PR family attended her first Premier Breakfast Club in Eastbourne and as always The Grand Hotel produced a breakfast so good that it would have been rude for us not to eat it all. It was great to hear Rob Cottrill, Stephen Lloyd and Jeff Collard speak about the exciting plans Eastbourne has for the summer and beyond.
Julie had a meeting at the spent culinary arts studio at the University of Brighton, which involved eating copious amounts of delicious cake made by the students.
Janet and Tim then headed over to host the Brighton & Hove Business Lunch Club at the Hotel Du Vin which featured great food and great people. An economic round up was done by Nik Askaroff and there was a talk by Albion In The Community.
After badgering Tim all week to open his supply of Cadbury cream eggs, we finally got to tuck in to the leftovers when Janet returned from lunch.
After a busy week its now time to sit down, enjoy the weekend, and do it all again next week!