LESSONS IN PR FOR EXAM BOARDS?

By Mary Anderson | August 2019

It’s a simple question – how can examination boards judge results when they often get it so wrong themselves? Every year pupils face chaos when a new scandal is announced surrounding results. This week, we have had the news that … Read More

Outdoor spaces and how they are being transformed

By Philippa Probert | July 2019

Transformation of public spaces into areas that are alive with activity is something we’re seeing more and more of. Public space has always been a crucial part of society but today we are seeing these spaces be utilised in brand … Read More

Getting serious about (the) silly season

By Rachael Bruce | July 2019

Getting serious about the silly season School’s (almost) out for the summer and in the media that means it’s the start of silly season. The political summer recess, end of the academic year and almost mass exodus to sunnier climes … Read More

‘GO, GO’ STEPHANIE, WE’RE RIGHT BEHIND YOU!

By Mary Anderson | July 2019

The US Secret Service must have thought they had seen it all until their agents had to resolve a PR dispute. New White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham was involved in a ‘brawl’ with Kim Jong Un’s minders, in a … Read More

Philippa’s first Active PR blog

By Philippa Probert | June 2019

I thought I would use my first Active blog as a way to introduce myself as the newest member of the team. Having worked in property PR for the last (almost) 5 years, I’m very much looking forward to a … Read More

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