Creative Lives — “It’s my job to make us famous” – 360i’s marketing manager Lauren Ingram talks press releases and power suits

Posted 14 September 2017 Interview by Indi Davies

When Lauren Ingram was deep into her linguistics degree, her sister sent her a card saying that her dissertation stress would be far behind her once she was ‘running a marketing department’ at a reputable agency. While she didn't know the job existed at the time, her future –as a marketing manager at London-based digital agency 360i – had been accurately predicted. By her own definition, her role is to make her company famous; from connecting with press to making sure her colleagues know the right things to say about their work. Alongside this, she also runs Power Suit Social, a new initiative and network for creative professionals to share and discuss the future of the industry. Lauren tells us how she runs the show as a one-woman team and why PR is more crucial for businesses than ever.

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