Wondering what’s happening in the world of PR from 26th April – 2nd May?
From house price indexes to more lockdown restrictions easing, here’s how you can utilise some of the upcoming opportunities to your advantage.
NATIONAL GARDENING WEEK, TUESDAY 27TH – SUNDAY 2ND MAY
National Gardening Week is a weeklong celebration of gardening, organised by the Royal Horticultural Society to raise awareness of gardening and horticulture, and to encourage more people to take part in gardening.
So, if you have experts in the gardening and home sector, this could be one for you.
You can find out more about National Gardening Week here.
BRC SHOP PRICE INDEX, TUESDAY 27TH APRIL
Released by the British Retail Consortium (BRC), the shop price index is a key indicator to measure the price changes in popular retail outlet in the UK and inflationary pressures.
It’s a great opportunity for the retail, finance and business sector.
Head here to read the announcement on Tuesday.
WORLD DAY FOR SAFETY AND HEALTH AT WORK 2021, WEDNESDAY 28TH APRIL
The World Day for Safety and Health at Work is an day held by the International Labour Association to promote safe, healthy and decent work around the globe.
A great opportunity for experts in the construction, insurance and food and beverage industries to help promote a safe and healthy working environment at all levels.
STOP FOOD WASTE DAY, WEDNESDAY 28TH APRIL
Stop Food Waste Day is an international day of action in the fight against food waste, positioned to raise awareness and make a positive impact to reduce food waste.
From top tips to reduce food waste to revealing the best and worst areas in the UK for wasting food, if you have experts in the hospitality, food and home sector this is one for you.
You can find out more about Stop Food Waste Day here
NATIONWIDE HOUSING PRICE INDEX, THURSDAY 29TH APRIL
Nationwide releases its monthly housing prices on Thursday 29th. This shows the value of house prices in the UK and indicates current movements in the housing market – obviously a massive factor for the UK’s economy.
The housing market has seen unprecedented growth in the past year, with housing prices continuing to rise in the UK. After a year of unrest with the COVID pandemic and in an uncertain economic climate, it will be interesting to see what these new figures reveal.
A great opportunity for home, property and finance experts.
To read the announcement head here on Thursday.
Hopefully, you’ll find this helpful when planning some of your content for the week ahead. Want to learn more about our PR work? Head over to our PR page here and get in touch.