Features

Here you will find some outlets and articles I have been featured on. If you want to connect please message me via Twitter @Jenny_Sanchis or via email.

Where my articles appeared

How can PR secure a seat at the Board table? Oxford experts’ top tips
publicrelationsoxford.co.uk | 14 October 2019

Why AI isn’t ready for the spotlight in PR—yet
PRDaily.com | 8 July 2019

The effect of AI on PR measurement
PRPlace.com | 21 May 2019

“Calling yourself a freelance communications consultant is too broad” publicrelationsoxford.co.uk | 9 May 2019

Writing about the Public Relations Oxford scene for a year showed me how vibrant this community is
publicrelationsoxford.co.uk | 8 April 2019

How to communicate about PR measurement
Communication World Magazine –
International Association of Business Communicators | 6 December 2018

We need to see audiences as meaning creators to counter disinformation
Influence Magazine | 22 November 2018

Nadin Vernon on female leadership: “I am a firm believer in mentorships”
publicrelationsoxford.co.uk | 12 November 2018

How to communicate about PR measurement
gorkana.com | 1 October 2018

What can open data bring to your reputation?
publicrelationsoxford.co.uk | 30 August 2018

Is the Influencer Marketing bubble about to crash down to Earth
equities.com
commpro.biz | 7 August 2018

Top Tips for your Brexit Communication
publicrelationsoxford.co.uk | 21 June 2018

Charlie Hebdo media discourse analysis
PRplace.com | 29 May 2018

What is wrong with PR?
publicrelationsoxford.co.uk | 26 March 2018

Aligning content analysis with journalism: A better path to public relations success
commpro.biz | 12 December 2017

Comments and features

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CIPR PRide awards 2019 – Anglia, Thames and Chiltern Region

Podcast featuring the highlights from the CIPR PRide Awards 2019 for the Anglia, Thames and Chiltern Region.

Lucy Wright, who won the Young Communicator of the Year category in 2018, catches up with me to talk about the awards:

Jenny is advocating for improvements to PR campaign measurement and, and encourages her clients to be ‘pushing back on outdated metrics’.

“I presented something different to the judges,” she says. “My entry wasn’t about traditional campaign, it argued the importance of PR, research and measurement.

“Winning was a really nice surprise and I’m really grateful the judges awarded me considering the strong field of candidates who also entered.”

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Thinkers360 Predictions Series – 2020 Predictions for AI

Thinkers360, the world’s first open platform for thought leaders and influencers, asked a selection of global influencers, including me, about their predictions for AI in 2020.

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Jennifer Sanchis, Crisis Communication

My experience of the Crisis Communication course taught by PR Academy was cited on their website.

2019:

(18 October) (10 May) (12 April) (4 January)

2018:

(30 November) (16 November) (26 October) (12 October) (21 September) (7 September) (31 August) (17 August) (10 August) (20 July) (22 June) (27 April)

The #PowerAndInfluence chat: What I learnt, so far, about public relations

I was quoted about PR’s relationship building aspect: “PR is about relationships between human beings. I sometimes find that by being honest despite not meeting expectations you can build better relationships based on trust with your clients.”

1 August 2018

Stop defining PR as ‘campaigns’. It is so much more than that

I agree with Ella Minty regarding PR practitioners’ advisory role on organisational goals and strategic views.

22 November 2017