Why being human is best for PR

By Linda Bright | February 2019

As property PR specialists we’re often writing about developments, homes and interiors but every now and then a fantastic human interest story comes along. Very recently I was proud and privileged to be involved in a road naming ceremony where … Read More

Double fault for Andy Murray

By Mary Anderson | February 2019

Last week wasn’t a good week for Andy Murray. First the drop shot, an X-ray of his hip-resurfacing procedure at a London clinic swiftly posted on Instagram. Then the fault – when followers delighted in telling him they could see his … Read More

Arm yourself with ideas

By Rachael Bruce | January 2019

“Improvise, adapt and overcome” may be the unofficial slogan of the US Marines, but it’s also how PR professionals have navigated through the changing media landscape. In the battle to raise the profile of our clients, our performance is no … Read More

The ‘storification’ of social media

By Gary Vyse | January 2019

Nothing beats listening to a good story – whether it’s memories of a relative sitting down with us to read a hardback book of children’s tales, hearing the latest gossip in a pub or café with our friends or connecting … Read More

It’s Christmas! Eat, drink and be merry – but please think of others

By Linda Bright | December 2018

Christmas is supposed to be an exciting, fun and present-filled time of the year with everyone surrounded by family on the big day.  But that’s not the reality for many. In fact the fantasy image served up by marketeers only … Read More

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