Liz Gordon | Co-Founder

Postal Address:

Briggs House, 26 Commercial Road, Poole, Dorset BH14 0JR

Skype:

Liz Gordon

About Liz Gordon

Liz has many years experience providing PR & marketing support for small business, charities and not-for-profits.

She is a Visiting Lecturer at the Bournemouth University teaching Events Management and has taught Public Relations at the Arts University Bournemouth.

Living on the coast Liz has an enviable view of Poole Harbour from her office, so can often be found sitting bathed in a sunny glow many of us would be jealous of.

Ordered list

  • Charities
  • Creative Writing
  • Customer Service
  • Copywriting & Editorial
  • Email Marketing
  • Internal Communications
  • Marketing Strategy and Communication
  • Media Relations
  • Online Communication
  • Public Relations
  • Public Sector
  • Proofreading
  • Public Speaking
  • Social Enterprise
  • Social Media
  • Training & Development

My working life started in a Building Society where the emphasis was on customer service, rising in time to Branch Manager. Seeking a change in direction after taking time out to have my two children I worked as a Chairman’s PA for a charity for homeless young people gaining insight into the struggles that charities face with limited budgets.  As I became involved in sourcing external funding, my interest in public relations began, and I gained a Public Relations qualification with the London Chamber of Commerce & Industry.

In 2000, I began working at Bournemouth University rising to Acting Marketing Manager while studying with the Chartered Institute of Marketing after which I moved to the University PR Department. In 2004, I helped launch a new Government initiative called Aimhigher to raise aspirations and awareness of Higher Education in young people from lower socio economic groups.  I was seconded to the Student’s Union at Bournemouth University where I gained much experience working with student volunteers and outside agencies in the public sector, before returning to Aimhigher, to co-ordinate the Schools & Colleges programme becoming Project Director running a highly successful National Mentoring Scheme.

When Aimhigher came to an end in 2010, I was fortunate enough to be granted funding by UnLtd, the Foundation for Social Entrepreneurs, to set up Brilliant Fish PR & Marketing as a social enterprise. My aim; to demystify marketing in a friendly and approachable way for those who need expert guidance and support on a tight budget.

I have taught at Bournemouth University on the BA & MSc Events Management courses since 2014, bringing a practical, business perspective to the student’s academic learning. In 2016, I was a Visiting Lecturer at the Arts University Bournemouth delivering my own Public Relations course.

I’m excited to work with Nicky on The Marketing Menu; bringing the best of our combined skills together in an exciting new venture that allows us to meet new audiences to share our knowledge and experience.