A warm welcome for our newest recruit, Becca
Today, our newest recruit Becca is taking over the Pink Media blog to introduce herself in her own words and share some insights about her first month at Pink Media HQ…
Sharing is caring, so what better way to introduce myself than through a blog about my first month with the Pink Media team alongside a brief summary of my background? My name’s Becca and I’m the newest recruit here, taking on the role of Content Creator, which will mean supporting the Pink Media team across social media, PR and marketing activities.
I’m a journalism graduate who has come to Pink Media following five and a half years as part of Skiddle’s content team – covering some of the UK’s leading music events and helping aid the sale of tickets through exciting written, video and social content.
Throughout my time at Skiddle, I took a keen interest in developing the brand itself – from creating the business’ mission statement to working on strategies for content and social media which would help establish a clear brand voice. The opportunity to work with multiple clients to develop their brand is one of the main reasons working for Pink Media appealed to me as my next step.
So, now all that’s out of the way, let me recap on my first month at Pink Media. It was an eventful one to say the least, primarily packing in creating a plethora of social media content, meeting a handful of lovely clients and attending not just one, but two awards ceremonies.
The first of which was the Merseyside Independent Business Awards, an annual event designed to celebrate independent businesses, their owners and those who support them, and the Pink Media team was out in force at the Titanic Hotel with fingers crossed for a win, and to our delight, our Direcror Nicola was deservedly named as the winner of the coveted Business Person of the Year title.
The second ceremony was hosted by The Women’s Organisation at Oh Me Oh My, where Pink Media scooped up the PR & Marketing Agency of the Year. It was inspiring to be surrounded by so many influential, enterprising women from the area, and you can read more about the two wins here.
The month also consisted of a number introductions and client meetings. We had a great catch up with Hosted By National Museums Liverpool talking all things PR, and I’ve been on site with clients Carringtons Catering to take some photographs and videos for their social media account.
Finally, tackling some Halloween themed content rounded up an unforgettable first week at an (award winning!) business.
Content Creator Becca Frankland is our newest recruit, assisting with social media, PR and marketing activities within Pink Media, with a focus on creating interesting and forward-thinking content and opportunities through written, press and social media mediums.
With a successful background in journalism and social media, working for over five years for the UK’s leading what’s on guide Skiddle, Becca is familiar with how to create content which makes a business standout and encourages customers to engage.
With a passion for brand development, she is aware of how to convey key messages and executes it with an eye for detail. By regularly monitoring clients’ social media accounts and creating on-brand materials, Becca is able to support and improve platforms in line with strategic and growth targets.