Hey Me is about standing out from the crowd when there is so much noise nobody knows what to focus on. Hey Me is about finding the right way to communicate with target audiences to make sure they get the right messages and are able to act on them.
Hey Me symbolizes a classroom full of kids where one is jumping up and down in their seat, trying to get the teacher's attention.
‘Hey Me’ is also a play on my name, if you say Amy really fast you end up with Hey me.
Not all communications activities are equal, some are for building awareness and others are for stimulating action but all add to the story.
I am passionate about communications and believe that the key is finding the method of communication which is most suitable to the audience and the business aim.
I have been working in PR, marketing and communications for 10 years and I have been involved in a number of sectors, building up an understanding of how they work and what is important to those involved in each one.
Over the years I have topped up my PR degree with a Professional Diploma in Marketing and I continue to take part in CPD activities through membership of the Chartered Institute of PR.
In my career I have worked for a number of different sectors, which has given me extensive experience and knowledge.
Amy's work was always creative and of a high quality, even by my high-level expectations as a professional writer. Her approach to work is committed and engaging. Her choice to move away from London was the only reason that we're not still in the same team, and I'd be very happy to work with her again.
Amy is great to work with, focused, detailed and proactive. She was a key member of our team with a strong focus on both her internal and external customers, and I would have no hesitation in recommending her work.