Time for an intern...

Hello there.

My name is Meaghan Crancher and I am the new intern for You Say. I Say. We Say. I have to say a huge thank you to Emma Heesom, the founder of the You Say agency for allowing me to learn from her. And also to Liz Gadd, from the Represent Network, for her career advice and for initially putting me in touch with Emma!

Hopefully, throughout the next few weeks I can update you about the exciting new things that I am doing and learning.

Well, where to begin? The You Say. I Say. We Say. is based in the beautiful Bristol city centre in the Aardman building. For those of you who don’t know this is where much loved animated programmes are created such as Wallace and Gromit. However, Aardman is not just home to beloved characters from my childhood! Many new and established start up business are located in the building.

The You Say. I Say. We Say. agency is something that I am really pleased and excited to be working for. Here are a few things that I have been doing:

I have a great love for Pinterest. It allows you to share ideas with people and create a vision for whatever plans you have. It’s like a modern day collage! I’ve been doing some work for One Garden. They have some amazing garden buildings, furniture and much more. If you get a chance you should check out their website. A businesses social media is important, creating and sustaining a following can be a great attribute. Something which I have learnt from You Say. I Say. We Say.

I have also been doing some media lists for different clients. This has provided me with the opportunity to use my research skills that I gained at University.

Going to festivals, listening to live music and soaking up the atmosphere is one of my favourite pastimes. So I was particularly excited about doing some PR work for Valley Fest 2015. This festival is set to be an exciting one! Valley Fest incorporates festival fun and a family friendly atmosphere. However, this festival has two objectives! Of course enjoying the surroundings and festival vibes is important but grabbing yourself a ticket will allow you to support charities such as The Harvey Hext Appeal, The Goodwill Cause, Penny Brohn Cancer Care and St Peters Hospice. This is something that is at the core of Valley Fest’s creation and an important one to say the least!

That’s it from me for now but throughout the next few weeks I will keep you updated with my progress!