A new decade dawns for PR

By Kate Logan | January 2020

Who would have thought at the beginning of the last decade we’d be bound for Brexit, contemplating veganism and Time Magazine’s person of the year would be a 16-year-old Swedish environmentalist activist. And that’s just scratching the surface of a … Read More

Active PR’s new year resolutions

By Philippa Probert | December 2019

With the New Year upon us (and to talk about something other than the election!) it’s time to look at our new year’s resolutions and what we can do differently in 2020. Veganuary The first pro-vegan TV advert is due … Read More

Did someone say party season?

By Rachael Bruce | December 2019

FROM festive fundraisers to product launches and family gatherings or holidays with friends, the principles of event management are broadly the same. Just like a media release or news story, it’s all about who, what, where, why, when and how. … Read More

PR AND A SLICE OF THE ACTION

By Mary Anderson | November 2019

As PR consultants, when there’s a crisis in the news, we’re constantly being asked what we would do if we were the subject’s advisor. Thinking back over the years, there’s been many but none have been tricky as two stories … Read More

Lessons in loyalty from Mothercare?

By Kate Logan | November 2019

Speak to any parents and they’ll express sadness at the news this week that Mothercare is to cease trading in the UK with the closure of its 79 stores. But no one is wholly shocked. It seems while the brand … Read More

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