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Enitan Kehinde Explores Global PR Dynamics On UK University Tour


Enitan Kehinde, the general manager and lead consultant of global PR consultancy, BHM’s operations in the UK in a unique and informal setting in the heart of London addressed the University of Westminster’s MA Public Relations students delving into the intricacies of Public Relations (PR) in a global context.

Speaking during a session which focused on ‘PR in a Global Context’, prompting discussions on the nuances of PR across different regions and the factors shaping PR operations in diverse cultures, Enitan explored these questions and more, shedding light on the unique challenges and opportunities that the global PR landscape presents.

Drawing from her extensive experience, Enitan shared insights into the operations of BHM Holdings, originally founded in Lagos, Nigeria and now with offices in London, Edinburgh, Accra and Nairobi and operations across Africa and the UK.

The talk included a comparative analysis of the PR environments in these two regions, offering students a real-world perspective on the dynamic nature of PR practice.

Reflecting on the event, Enitan remarked, “It was truly enriching to engage with the next generation of PR professionals. The questions posed by the students were insightful and demonstrated a genuine curiosity about the global dynamics of public relations. I am hopeful that our discussion has ignited a passion for understanding and navigating the complexities of PR in different cultural contexts while enriching the practice in the UK.”

Enitan who in recent years has been recognised by industry regulators and thought leaders across both regions for achieving significant feats with the team at BHM in building people, platforms, reports, resources and initiatives like World PR Day, the BHM Guide to Public Relations and the Nigeria PR Report now Africa PR & Communications report among others spoke on the importance of upskilling new industry entrants saying, “With our work at BHM, the goal is to not only educate and develop new practitioners, young consultants and leaders but also shape the future of the global PR and communications industry and I’m grateful for the opportunity to do so at the University of Westminster.”

Enitan has, in the last month, been on a University tour engaging undergraduate and postgraduate students at key institutions like the University of Westminster, University of Gloucestershire and Sheffield Hallam University, where she had attended eight years ago.

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