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How to Approach Covid-19 Communications | PR Tips and Advice

Covid-19 Comms

The effects of Covid-19 have plunged the majority of UK businesses into survival mode, almost overnight. Companies of all shapes and sizes are having to communicate complex messages to customers, staff and stakeholders; whether it’s relaying information around store closures, supply chain issues or explaining how services can be used to alleviate the strain of […]

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Indoor arctic marathon

Jordan Wylie PR

Jordan Wylie, the hunter from Channel 4’s Hunted, is raising money for Frontline Children by running the world’s first marathon in a CryoAction cryotherapy chamber at CryoLabs Poole. After he was unable to carry on his series of marathons in some of the world’s coldest places.

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Veganuary: The perfect excuse for a PR Stunt

Veganuary: The perfect excuse for a PR Stunt

Since the non-profits organisation’s formation in 2014, Veganuary has increasingly become a playground for PR stunts among the nation’s largest food manufacturers and retailers.  Surprisingly, it was Greggs that paved the way for outlandish and ambitious Veganuary campaigns, with their iPhone-esque vegan sausage roll launch and subsequent genius social media activity that generated national headlines […]

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PR Agency One chosen to launch Allied London’s Enterprise City

Enterprise City tech PR

PR Agency One has been appointed by Allied London, an award-winning property development and investment company, to launch Enterprise City, an inspirational new media, tech and cultural cluster in Manchester. The award-winning PR agency’s B2B division was awarded the work following a competitive pitch. It has been briefed on communicating Enterprise City’s vision, to create a place for […]

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Outstanding Public Relations Consultancy of the Year 2019

Outstanding Public Relations Consultancy of the Year 2019

This week we were named Outstanding Public Relations Consultancy of the Year at the CIPR Awards 2019. We claimed a coveted agency of the year award for the fourth time in our relatively short existence, and for the second time in three years in front of more than 270 PR professionals at The Midland Hotel […]

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Diane Abbot’s grasp of maths let’s her down

Diane is apparently a really nice person and a great constituency MP. But her ability to self sabotage interviews with stumbles, mumbles and bad maths is now legendary. For some reason this video won’t embed so here is a good old fashioned link. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbTIvXN_lcE

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