Create A Press Pack

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      CREATE A PRESS PACK

      Read our top tips on creating a press pack for the event
  • 1. Keep it concise

    Make sure that you have summed up your company’s news story in the first paragraph of your press release and try to stick to no more than two sides of A4, this will allow members of the press to see any news stories and products at a glance.

    2. Keep it relevant

    The information in your press pack/press release needs to be relevant to what you are promoting at International Jewellery London.
    Company history, personnel bios and company brochures can all be obtained by the journalist at a later date.

    3. Provide pictures

    A relevant picture can often make the difference in a story. It’s worth including a picture within the first page of your press release as this can help to attract attention to the story. Please be careful of the file size of the image, keep it to around 1MB.

  • 4. Include contact details

    Always have your company name and stand number clearly visible within the press pack/press release – preferably at the top of the document so that visitors know where to find you at the expo.

    5. Save in correct format

    Please ensure that files are no more than 4MB in size (both text and images). Each exhibitor should submit only one file. Please note: We cannot accept Powerpoint files.

    6. Share it with us

    Most importantly submit your press release to the International Jewellery London PR team, Suzanna Hammond, so that we can promote this for you.

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