Are awards worth it?

By Linda Bright | May 2014

This week I was lucky enough to represent Liverpool charity Housing People, Building Communities in my capacity of trustee to collect the UK Housing Award for ‘best community led initiative’ at a prestigious ceremony in London. For a relatively small … Read More

Have the balls to ignore spell checker

By Alison Lawton | April 2014

Back in the day when I was an eagle-eyed sub editor on a local newspaper, it was always frowned upon to have to resort to computerised tools such as the spelling and grammar checker. Good old dictionaries were perfectly acceptable … Read More

Did high street tactical warfare hit the PR target

By Mary Anderson | April 2014

When Bristol traders deployed a tank in protest against a new parking zone which threatened their business, the city’s mayor feared a PR coup. Could a group of shop keepers pull off a stunt ‘defending their territory’ without the help … Read More

Share and share alike

By Rachael Bruce | April 2014

When it comes to audience participation we Brits were in the past more accustomed to squirming in our seats than leaping onto the stage for a moment in the spotlight. Now in the age of reality TV and social media … Read More

Why big isn’t always beautiful in the PR world

By Rose Kirkby | April 2014

It sometimes elicits surprise that Active PR’s clients include a national FTSE Top 250 housebuilder. What’s more we’ve looked after that same client, Redrow Homes, for all of our 21 year history. We’re a relatively small, north west based PR … Read More

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