Udder ‘bulls**t’ at kids photoshoot

A disastrous photocall involving: an incontinent cow called Daisy; a class of primary school children and a dry cleaning bill from the photographer was one marketer’s baptism of fire.

Jill Rennie, now executive director at PR agency Cohn & Wolfe, witnessed the above scenario and is willing to offer future marketers tips on how to avoid such a mess.

As one of the guest speakers at the Whitbread Student Marketing Course, Rennie will hand out advice to would-be marketers.

Her titbits range from the classic: “trust your instincts and know your market” to the off-the-wall but appropriate “don’t believe the bulls**t”.

Should such illuminating insights tickle your fancy, the course at Cranfield School in Bedfordshire runs from April 11-17. Enrol at once to find out exactly what Daisy the cow did to those children.

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