5 things we’re looking forward to in 2021

Last week we finally said goodbye to 2020! Although it was not the festive and New Year’s Eve celebrations most of us hoped for, it’s still exciting to begin a new year with fresh goals and an energised mindset. From new starters to new clients, here are the team with five things we’re looking forward to in 2021…

Helen:

“For me, the new year is about clearing the decks, starting a fresh and taking a look at things with a fresh pair of eyes. Unlike any other holiday, the festive break is a time when most people take a break, so January really feels like a time when we are relatively recharged.

With hopeful eyes on the Springtime, I’m looking forward to spending some time meeting people face-to-face.”

Izzy:

“After transitioning from apprentice to full time team member last year, I’m looking forward to taking the next steps in my career development in my new role as Content Executive.

A positive thing that came out of working from home for me is that it has enabled me to become a lot more independent while working, so I’m feeling a lot more confident entering this new year with more skills and a well-rested creative brain!”

Sarah:

“I’m excited about face-to-face client meetings resuming and being able to attend events that aren’t via a screen. Most of all, I’m looking forward to the world opening back up!”

Lis:

“I’m looking forward to welcoming and working with our new PR & Communications Apprentice Emma. It’s been over two years since we took on our first apprentice, which resulted in a full time role for Izzy. So, pleased to be getting Emma on board and helping her PR agency career develop.”

Emma:

“After an extremely hard year (as I’m sure it was for everyone), I’m so excited for a fresh start – to be joining this team and getting stuck into a field I’ve always wanted to get into. I can’t wait to learn from everyone and actually meet everyone in person… one day! Here’s hoping lockdown three succeeds and everything starts to get somewhat better.”

Are you looking forward to something we’ve missed? Let us know in the comments below, or connect with us on Twitter @Ambitiouspr.

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