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About Hugoversity

Sharing knowledge to help you share your story

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At Harvey & Hugo we specialise in generating desire for your brand. We do this by telling your story using our PR, social media and content marketing skills.

Sometimes our clients want to tell their own stories, but they lack the in-house knowledge and skills to do this… this is where Hugoversity comes in.

We deliver bespoke training and specialist recruitment in all of our much loved PR, social media and content marketing services to help you become your own creative brand curators.

Our Services

Strategy + Recruitment + Training = Hugoversity

Whether you need the full service or just help with a particular element we believe this is the formula for success to become your own brand curator.

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Strategy

We can develop a plan that is in line with your overall vision, values and objectives to make sure that the right role is created and the correct training is delivered from the start.

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Recruitment

Looking to recruit someone who can help you tell your story? We can help find the perfect PR, marketing or social media expert you’re looking for.

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Training

Whether for a large group of people, right down to one-on-one training, our courses are always bespoke to your organisation’s vision, values and target market.

Prefects

In this fast-paced accelerating world of technology, we believe the learning never stops. Even though we happen to think that we’re pretty knowledgeable in our chosen subjects, we never want to get complacent and need to continue learning as much as we can so we’re at the forefront of what we do and can deliver the highest level of training. That’s why we call ourselves prefects, rather than teachers – we’re all still pupils.

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Seminar Programme

If you’re wanting to keep your team regularly trained and up to speed on all of the latest industry trends, our seminar programme is for you.

Our events run in informal settings throughout the North East and online. Make sure to check individual events for times and venues.

To enquire about a Hugoversity membership , please contact study@hugoversity.com or call 01325 486666.

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Our next event will be held on September 25th, 2020. 

Digital vs Traditional PR

Did you know the average internet user spends more than a quarter of their life on the World Wide Web? And that’s exactly why a lot of your PR and marketing efforts should be taking place online.

But that’s not to say you should neglect traditional PR, and in our next Hugoversity seminar we’ll be sharing tips and tricks to get both strategies working in harmony.

Digital PR is a great tool used to boost your online presence and covers all content avenues, from blogs and news outlets to podcasts and reviews. By tailoring your content and targeting these channels, you can gain high-quality backlinks, social media mentions and improved Search Engine Optimisation (because let’s be honest, we all want that coveted top spot on Google).

Keep informed of the latest events going on by following @Hugoversity

ALUMNI

See our reports from previous graduates…

Our Blog
Oversubscribed: How to Get People Lining Up to Do Business with You, by Daniel Priestley

Welcome to the latest chapter in the Hugoversity library, where each month we review a PR and marketing-related book to quench our thirst for lifelong learning. For this month’s book

Keeping your PR close to home

A common question for any public relations firm is, should I use an agency or keep my marketing in-house? And while we’re big fans of an agency here at Hugoversity

The Rules of Contagion: Why Things Spread – and Why They Stop, by Adam Kucharski

Welcome once again to the Hugoversity library, where each month we review a PR and marketing-related book to quench our thirst for lifelong learning. For this month’s book review, Captain