Meet some of the Pickle Jar team at the CASE Europe Annual Conference 2017 in Birmingham where we’ll share our knowledge in sessions or over a coffee.Read More →
Posts in the Category: Events
Mortarboards, black gowns, and parents beaming with pride… it can only mean one thing: graduation season is here.
As one of the busiest points in the education calendar (alongside results days, Freshers’ Week, exam time, and …Read More →
You won’t have missed that the UK’s biggest music festival is taking place this weekend. Obviously this is of huge interest to university students, many of whom will be packing their tents, flags and wellies …Read More →
Pickle Jar Communications warmly welcomes Tony Tysome as a guest contributor to the blog this week. Tony comes from a journalism background, having written for the Times Higher Education Supplement (now Times Higher Education) before setting …Read More →
It’s August 13th, 2015. Results day is here. Thousands of young people around the country will be frantically signing in to UCAS to see if their ‘conditional’ offer has been changed to ‘accepted’. For …Read More →
There is no question that digital has transformed the way we communicate and market ourselves as businesses. This has affected how we put on events for our audiences. Physical presence at events is no longer …Read More →
Here at Pickle Jar we attend (and often speak at) lots of great events around the world, not just within the education sector but across digital marketing, advertising and communications.
We’ve put together a round-up of …Read More →
So you’ve managed to get over the first hurdle and you’ve set up some social media channels for your school. Now it’s time to put them to good use and social media is a great opportunity …Read More →
How do you make your conference content interesting to people outside the room? We’ve got a few ideas on creating and curatingRead More →
After the 2013 Superbowl Oreo were declared as the “social media winners” of the event thanks to their “You can still dunk in the dark” tweet. This off-the-cuff creation took advantage of the 34-minute …Read More →