I attended the Women in Food & Farming autumn networking evening recently and took away some great tips for networking, including… 1 – Preparation is key If you’re attending an event soon, ask the organiser for a delegate list ahead of time so you can see who’s attending and do your homework. Set yourself objectives…Read More
It’s so rewarding seeing everyone within Pinstone work happily together as a close knit team and how that contributes to the growth of our business and extremely pleased clients.
Working with a diverse range of clients is something which I really enjoy as it builds relationships across the specialist range of industries we work in and no two days are ever the same.
Puzzling over the upsurge in business events that take a dedicated focus on ‘women’, Pinstone’s managing director, Catherine, asks if it’s a bandwagon to jump on, or a badly needed ‘reset’ to gender diversity in the world of business – and in particular, the food and farming sector. Pinstone’s autumn networking calendar features regional, national…Read More
The Countryside Restoration Trust (CRT) The brief Established over 25 years ago, the CRT was the first charity of its kind in the UK to promote wildlife friendly farming alongside practical farming and land management, and the restoration of a living, working countryside. We were appointed as The Countryside Restoration Trust’s (CRT) PR partner to…Read More
What I love most about my job is the diversity – no two days are the same Celebrating her five year milestone at Pinstone, Diane Bristow, tells us why she loves her chosen career path in agri-business and rural PR. “I instantly knew that the job with Pinstone was for me – it teamed my…Read More