Naz: Con-Sequence Arfan Naseer, known as Naz, got involved in the wrong crowd, and was sent to prison at the age of 21. Whilst in prison he decided to try and build a better future for himself, and took part in The Prince’s Trust Team programme. He now works with the hardest-to-reach young people, deterring them from a life of crime. At the age of five, Naz, fromBradford, was faced with the difficult task of both dealing with the death of his father, as well as being raised as an only child in a single parent family. As Naz grew up, the lack of any constant and significant male role models in his life took its toll. N - Arfan Naseer: The A-Z of Young Businesses
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Developing a PR Plan Want to make sure your business's name gets heard this year? You need to plan for PR. For most businesses, the new year is a time for assessment, goal setting and strategic planning. When it comes to PR, this is the time to set objectives and formulate a clear, defined plan that'll help your business achieve optimum results in the media. When planning your PR activities for the year, as a general rule, consider the full year ahead, plan for six months, and expect to revise after three months.