October is a great month for the world of Digital PR, as it’s officially spooky season and there are so many opportunities to jump on.
So, if you’re struggling for inspiration, don’t worry; we’ve got you covered! Here’s what’s coming up from the 11th-17th October.
UK NATIONAL WORK LIFE WEEK 2021 – 11TH-15TH OCTOBER
The aim of National Work Life Week is to encourage both employers and employees to focus on their wellbeing at work.
This is a great opportunity for any clients who work in recruitment or HR. Perhaps you could create a piece that focuses on what employees value the most when it comes to their work life. You could also provide expert commentary on why wellbeing at work is so important. For more information on National Work Life, visit here.
US NATIONAL SAVINGS DAY – 12TH OCTOBER
Over in the US, the 12th of October marks National Savings Day. The day focuses on giving Americans time to think about their savings and spending habits.
This is the perfect opportunity for any finance clients. You could do a deep dive into spending habits across the US, as well as offering an expert comment on the most effective ways to both save and spend money. To find out more visit here
NATIONAL BAKING WEEK – 14TH – 19TH OCTOBER
The Great British Bake Off is back and Brits across the country are loving it! The timing is perfect so jump on the trend and celebrate National Baking Week.
If you have any food or drink clients, why not get them involved? Baking is a meditative activity, so you could do a campaign that focuses on the wonderful impact that it can have on your mental health. For more information, visit here.
WORLD FOOD DAY – 16TH OCTOBER
World Food Day is celebrated each year, to commemorate the founding of the FAO in 1945. The purpose of the day is to raise awareness around starvation and malnutrition for so many people all over the world.
For clients in the climate industry, you could look to offer expert commentary on how we can be more sustainable when it comes to food, while also highlighting the importance and impact of our actions. For more information on World Food Day, visit here.
Hopefully, these ideas will give you some inspiration for the upcoming week. If you’d like to find out more about our recent PR work, head over to our PR page, or get in touch.