086: How Should Practices Communicate During the Corona Crisis with Rob Fiehn, Luke Neve and Bobby Jewell
In this week’s podcast, with the wonders of today’s online tools I was able to connect with 3 of the UK’s leading PR consultants for Architects, Rob Fiehn, Luke Neve and Bobby Jewel to discuss how architecture practices should be thinking about their outbound communications during the corona crisis.
Rob Fiehn has an accomplished career to date, working deep within the architectural industry facilitating effective communication with diverse portfolio of practices ranging from small bespoke operations to large international firms helping them communicate both internally and with the wider public.
Bobby Jewell is a London-based press and communications consultant with over a decade of experience working in the architecture and cultural industries. His clients range from self-employed creatives to emerging practices, international studios and cultural institutions. He is a coordinator at Architects Climate Action Networks.
Rob and Bobby co-organise the Negroni Talks series.
Luke Neve has delivered campaigns as an external consultant for a wide range of creative and corporate clients, such as the Vinyl Factory, Sony, and the Polish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale. He has set up and implemented communications strategies for international architecture practices overseeing management of competitions and award bids, website updates, social media, PR, new business, and events.
In this episode you will discover
– How to communicate powerfully and appropriately during lockdown
– How you can continue to network and build relationships whilst operating virtually
– Ideas for how you can continue to serve your clients and community and prepare for beyond lockdown
This weeks resources:
Discovery Call with Rion
Online Collaborative Comms Crits