Northern Rail – #PRFail

By Linda Bright | June 2018

I’m unlucky enough to live in the Northern Rail franchise area. While not a frequent user of their services myself, countless friends have complained about cancelled journeys, late arrivals and jam-packed trains. This week, Northern newspapers took the unprecedented step … Read More

Was the Royal Wedding the world’s best transatlantic PR campaign?

By Mary Anderson | May 2018

Almost 30 million US viewers alone tuned in to see Californian Meghan Markle marry Prince Harry. Palace press officers must have celebrated … the TV audience was even greater than numbers who watched Prince William and Kate’s nuptials. Who can … Read More

Use the positive power of events to pep up your PR

By Kate Logan | May 2018

The UK summer may be sporadic in terms of sunshine but when it comes to events 2018 is shaping up to be a red-hot year. The feel good vibes that events bring with them are often irresistible to those of … Read More

PR can be an ally in the war on plastic

By Alison Lawton | April 2018

Plastic is high on the agenda at the moment with companies such as Procter & Gamble, Coca Cola, Asda, Nestlé and many other big household names all pledging to dramatically reduce their plastic usage. The Prime Minister has launched a … Read More

Facebook faces the music

By Rachael Bruce | April 2018

The Facebook/Cambridge Analytica data breach is big news for anyone who uses the platform either personally or professionally. For those who haven’t been following the story, it’s believed that 87 million users had their personal information harvested, with Mark Zuckerberg, … Read More

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