This month at Conscious Communications…
Here’s a taste of what our team has been up to …
Marshal Papworth Fund – Farming Today
Conscious Communications invited BBC Radio 4 presenter Anna Hill to Shuttleworth College to meet the new Marshal Papworth Fund 10-week Short Course students. The Fund provides agricultural and horticultural scholarships to students from developing countries. The newest students were keen to speak to Anna about how the knowledge and skills learnt in their studies will transfer to their work in eradicating food insecurity in their home countries. The interview aired on 13th May.
‘Skills for Life’ ad campaign
The Conscious Communications team has been getting creative in developing the new ‘Skills for Life’ ad campaign for St Mary’s School, Cambridge. The ads demonstrate how the school provides students with not just the knowledge needed to achieve their dreams but also life skills that enable them to reach their full potential.
AlphaBio Control, a leader in the development of sustainable crop protection products, has obtained funding from the Government’s Innovate UK Agritech Catalyst initiative to advance the development of a unique plant-based crop protection technology. Conscious Communications organised an interview between Iain Fleming, company Founder and Managing Director and Cambridge News’ business correspondent Matthew Gooding, who wanted to find out more about the initiative. http://goo.gl/QpsU0u
Our Managing Director, Alison Taylor, took part in the lively BBC Radio Cambridgeshire election debate, where local MPs discussed their plans for the city. Topics included housing, transport, the economy and education. Listen again here: http://t.co/xbARTyfMUv