Last week was a very busy week here at Stone Junction towers. We spent two days in London preparing a press conference for our client Olsen Engineering - which went very successfully with almost twenty journalists attending.

As if that wasn’t exciting enough, last Friday we also held an event for Stone Junction. Our event, which we blogged about a few weeks ago, was a seminar to help local businesses generate the right content for their online platforms.

In partnership with the Stafford Chamber of Commerce, the seminar boasted around 50 attendees from different businesses ranging geographically from Stoke to Stafford.

Those who know Richard Stone, will already know the presentation was full of witty jokes and comments. At the start of the event Richard asked the audience to take their phones out and tweet using the hash tag #StaffordContent which also saw some success with retweets and tweets.

We’d like to thank The Stafford Chamber of Commerce for all of their help organising the event and also The Gatehouse Theatre for their generous contribution.

This is starting to sound like an awards speech, so before I begin to thank my Mum, we’d like to say our last thank you to all those who came along last week.

If you missed the event or were there but want to remind yourself of the presentation, look no further! You can view the presentation from the event on YouTube here:

If you have any more questions on content or are interested in our next event in Stoke, give us a call or tweet us using the hash tag mentioned above.

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Ashleigh McLeod

Stone Junction is a cool technical PR agency based in Stafford. We work for all sorts of businesses, with a particular focus on technology, technical and engineering companies. We like being sent cake and biscuits by clients, journalists and prospects.

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