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Oh Mo! – A PR company’s take on how not to handle this saga

June 8, 2015

As a PR company, we are always looking for examples of where individuals or organisations have made mistakes in ...

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Marketing and PR companies making a stand against sexism

June 6, 2015

Does online marketing contribute towards sexism? I have read the Twitter feed ‘everyday sexism’ for some time now and ...

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P.R companies, reputations and tax loopholes

June 3, 2015

P.R companies would always recommend keeping your companies reputation untarnished. Public Relations and public perception is everything, but some ...

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Part 2: How PR companies have used strategies to counter sporting controversies

June 2, 2015

In my last blog, I looked back at how other PR companies would have used different strategies to resolve ...

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Part 1: How PR companies have used strategies to counter sporting controversies

June 1, 2015

Sporting controversies seem to be a regular occurrence at the moment and I think other PR companies would agree ...

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Online PR vs ‘Freebie’ Apple Watches

May 29, 2015

PR companies, the public and now celebrities are all raving about the latest-must have gismo you never knew you ...

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PR and Marketing Companies call for prompt payment

May 27, 2015

Ingoing and outgoing payments are just part of a business, but for many, cash flow problems are unfortunately a ...

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Supermarkets are still cheating shoppers with their false deals: Will they ever learn?

May 24, 2015

Our supermarkets’ online PR is under serious scrutiny after the consumer group ‘Which?’ has found that they are shrinking ...

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PR for individuals: Would a PR company have handled the Kevin Pietersen row differently?

May 14, 2015

Many of you would have probably developed your own opinion on the Kevin Pietersen saga, especially if you have ...

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PR For Individuals: LGBT Community and Leaders

May 4, 2015

With everyone going election crazy I decided to take a step back and take a look at a different ...

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