BlueSky PR: Business Education Coverage Highlights September 2019

September seemed to come and go in a flash. With it being the start of the academic term for many, the month seemed to fly by. It was another busy month for the BlueSky Education team, with lots of coverage to show for it!

Here are just a few examples of the media coverage we achieved for our clients:

To start, BlueSky secured an article in the Financial Times for Rotterdam School of Management (RSM) about a number of initiatives the business school has in place to become more sustainable. The article outlines the lengths RSM have gone to in an effort to create a more environmentally friendly, and sustainable, future.

Alongside this, we also achieved excellent coverage in another top tier publication for two of our clients. On two occasions we secured coverage in the Daily Telegraph – once for Nazarbayev University, and what they’re doing to adapt to an ever-changing world, and on another occasion for UCL School of Management, who were able to share the story two alums who used what they had learned while studying at UCL SoM to create a successful drinks company. The latter even made it into the print edition of the Daily Telegraph!

We also secured coverage in Forbes for three of our clients this month, with LSE Department of Management, RSM, and Imperial College Business School all making contributions articles to one of most widely-read websites on the planet.

Along with these top tier media outlets, the BlueSky Education team achieved substantial exposure in a number of trade publications for our clients. We achieved coverage in BizEd Magazine for four of our clients with Imperial College Business School, Durham University Business School, RSM, and ESCP Europe featuring on separate occasions.

Another successful piece of coverage was for Nazarbayev University, who produced research revealing that mobile phone frequencies could be harnessed to tackle Alzheimer’s disease. We produced a press release, and subsequently secured coverage in the print editions of Chemistry and Industry, the Irish Daily Mail, and The Irish News – where the article also featured online.

These were just a few examples of the coverage we secured for our clients in September.