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My New Job

That's right, you're looking at the new PR Coordinator at Rotary Watches. 


As much as I was loving my jobs in fashion (Daily Mail, OK! Mag etc), I was kinda struggling for money. Unfortunately the industry expects everybody to work for very little. But I've always had PR in the back of my mind, so I decided to go for it! It's definitely not what I saw myself doing but I've never been so happy. I'm financially stable, I have a nice new house in London and I still get to carry on doing what I love on here! So I get the best of both worlds.

So far in my job, I've been emailing Proudlock from Made In Chelsea and managed to get him to tweet and blog about Rotary! I've gone for breakfast with a writer from Hello Magazine at a beautiful cafe next to The Ritz. And I've had a manicure at the W Hotel with a fashion assistant at Vogue! Next exciting event is our Rotary brand day at Chelsea FC last home match on Sunday. We are sponsors of Chelsea so are showing up with lots of gorgeous promotional girls to show our support! It's going to be so much fun.

Stay tuned! xx

15 comments

  1. Congratulations girl :)
    I know you will do an amazing job... <3 keep it coming.

    xoxo, Daniela

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  2. Congratulations! All sounds very exciting :) xx

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  3. Congratulations, very inspiring! Hope you continue to love what you do :-) x

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  4. wow that sounds great! congratulations, and good luck in the future :)
    can't wait to read about what you have planned next!

    sarah @ theblossomcart.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. This is amazing, I'm currently a fashion student and PR is 100% something i'm interested in for all the same reasons you left Daily Mail..I'd love some advice as to how you got into your new role and any experience that'd be useful would be a huge help!!

    Chloe xx
    http://candidlychloe0912.blogspot.co.uk/

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  6. Ah congrats on the job! It sounds absolutely amazing :)
    Lucia's Loves
    x

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  7. That's great news, congratulations! It sounds like a wonderful job, there's an element of PR in what I do and I'd love to pursue it further.

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  8. Good luck - hope you are still enjoying the new job. PR can be incredibly exciting. Stephen :o)

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