Archive for the ‘Choosing a PR Agency’ Category

 

July 8th, 2018

Plaudits for the County Day People

It is just over a month since Catapult PR pulled off one of the greatest achievements – if not the greatest – in its 20-year history. Despite our local paper, the Blackpool Gazette, choosing to ignore our David v Goliath […]

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March 24th, 2018

Luxury Espadrille Brand Hotfoots it To Catapult

Here at Catapult PR, we’ve started working with our second London-based client in four months, having been appointed to handle PR for one of the hottest new women’s footwear brands in the UK – Alice X Global. These are stunning […]

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November 6th, 2017

Catapult PR Wins 3 Awards in 2 Days!

Last week saw some landmark achievements for Catapult PR. We’d set a goal of adding another award to the trophy cabinet, to get us off 24 and on to a nice round number of 25, but we’ve only gone and […]

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March 1st, 2017

Ideas, Awards & An Amico

February 2017 has passed in what seems like the blink of an eye. Whilst it’s a short month anyway, it seems to have been made even shorter by spending a lot of time conjuring up fabulous ideas … which haven’t […]

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Same Old Story This Month

August 13th, 2016

Same Old Story This Month

Over the last four or five weeks, it’s been all about getting the head down and doing what we do best – storytelling through creative PR. We’ve been doing this for longstanding and new clients with tremendous results, as usual. […]

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Four More In February?

February 14th, 2016

Four More In February?

We’re awaiting news of what could potentially be four new PR accounts here, as a result of activity conducted in the last 10 days, though one of these is probably a definite, as we’ve already provided a cost for activity […]

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November 1st, 2015

In B&W No 1: Choosing A PR Agency For Your Catering Brand

Catering sector businesses, whether they are the name behind a hi-tech piece of kit with multiple functionality for the kitchen’s menu, or importing and supplying something specific and niche, such as an Italian coffee or pasta machine, should shop around […]

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