When we talk about free- range eggs we immediately think about the fresh eggs we purchase. But what about products that have eggs as an ingredient? What about food services such as and restaurants?
“Kept in natural conditions with freedom of movement” (Google, 2017) is the definition of ‘free range’ in reference to livestock. Two words really stick out to me in this definition. Natural and freedom. So, when we buy products that are classed has ‘free range’ that means it comes from farm which houses these animals in areas which allows them to move freely. Right?
There are many blogs on what we mean by the term Public Relations, so I decided to be a bit different and give my opinion on what it is and why I have decided this for a career.
All of us from a young age we have decide on a dream job. I remember being in year two, my teacher turned to me and my friends and asked what do you want to do when you are older. At age six I wanted to be a teacher. My opinions on this have definitely changed since then. Like most of us we mature and start to develop our own opinions.
Since beginning my degree in PR at Solent in 2015 I have learnt so much about the PR sector, more than I could squeeze into one post, so I thought I’d list the top three things I have found out so far.