WWP’s February 2020 catch up!

Happy Leap year everyone, and welcome to our February catch up. Some pretty big events have happened this month including an award nomination and a couple of other very big announcements. So read on to see what it is all about. 

News 

Our very talented director for Saving Our Beautiful Bali has been nominated for a TV Foundation New Voice Award for his work on the project. Thoroughly deserved and we are excited to see if he wins! 

Debut Director

 

Josh was named as one of the judges for the Broadcast Awards that happened at the start of the month. He was judging the sport program of the year category. 

In the press

Josh recently revealed that he will be a Forbes contributor from now on, talking about Hollywood and entertainment. As soon as his first piece is out we will of course be sharing it, so keep an eye out for very exciting future posts! 

Our exert and all time favourite PR guru Anthony Burr was in the news this week speaking to a Canadian publication about recent events that have transpired between The Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Burr was discussing what their next movements should be and giving his expert opinion as always. You can read the article here! 

Events

It is awards season of course and one award that is always highly anticipated is the BRITS. Josh was invited to a viewing party where he met the likes of Nile Rogers. 

As mentioned previously, Josh is a board member for She Matters. This month, alongside founder Christina Moreno, Josh spoke to Mercer Consulting. Speaking about She Matters Josh said “Being on the board of advisors is such a pleasure and to see the enterprise go from strength to strength is amazing. 

In the office 

February was a busy birthday month as both Stuart and Alex celebrated their birthdays. Stuart spent his day with us in the office whilst Alex was celebrating on the weekend.

As the weather has been so bad, we have treasured the moments there has been a bit of sun in the sky. Even better when we saw a rainbow which was so big but by the time we went to take a photo it had already faded. 

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