Name : Nick carson Company : Serious PR Position : Senior consultant Role : In his new role Nick will be responsible for internal operations and the provision of strategic counsel to Serious PR's clients Track record : Nick has more than 25 years' consultancy experience in both the public and private sectors. In the public sector he ran the press office in the Department of Agriculture for Northern Ireland for five years, providing communications advice and support to a total of three NIO Ministers. As a PR consultant in the private sector he has worked with several high-profile clients, handling media relations and public affairs, preparing communications strategies and conducting internal communications audits
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