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Entrepreneurial students sought for London bus incubator

A collaborative partnership between IncuBus, GradFactor Enterprises and Journolink will see the London double decker ‘IncuBus’ touring five key London Universities between 16-20 March. The tour aims to recruit enterprising university students for a 12 week intensive business start-up boot camp to...

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JournoLink, Womens 1st and Plooms join forces

By coming together in a collaboration, Journolink, Women 1st and UK fountain pen company Plooms are encouraging businesswomen to use their own, unique stories to help promote themselves and their business.

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MUFFINS GIVE SMALL BUSINESSES A BIG VOICE

Journolink, the disruptive on line Small Business PR platform, is relying on a variant to the old adage that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, by testing whether the same inducement will get to the column inches of the journalists.

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Prince’s Trust Scotland businesses set for media fame

As part of the programme of initiatives for Small Business Saturday, The Prince’s Trust Scotland is working with Journolink to provide help to young businesses in Scotland to promote their success stories.

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Kim means business, but so does Britain!

What goes on behind the scenes to achieve an alluring reputation has changed hard and fast in the business world. Here, Journolink takes a look at the evolution of public relations in the past twenty years and what the Internet has meant for PR agents and home-PR alike.

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A BUSY NOVEMBER FOR JOURNOLINK

Here at Journolink we are very excited to be a media partner of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards. With less than two weeks to go, we can’t wait to attend and applaud the fantastic nominees!

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JournoLink and James Caan predict top trends for SME’s after Made Festival 2014.

With business confidence beginning to grow, Journolink brought together business leaders including James Caan to forecast the top Business trends for SME’s following the Made Festival in Sheffield in the twitter chat that ran on rails.

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Northern businesses set to outshout Southerners

Northern businesses are to be given a master class, run by innovative on-line PR firm Journolink at the Made Festival in Sheffield next week. MADE attendees will be shown how to maximise their brand profile in the media, ensuring their voice shouts as loud as the South of the country.

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Probably the best advice small businesses will get this year.

Using the power of social media, Journolink will run one of the biggest Twitter chats for Business that the SME community has yet to benefit from. At 10.30am on Wednesday 24th September, the Enterprise Express will run from London to Sheffield to the MADE Festival with many high profile business reps on board.