Posts Tagged ‘sponsorship’

 

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 […]


Don’t Let Your Sponsorship Plan Fail Due To Lack Of Thought

February 9th, 2013

Don’t Let Your Sponsorship Plan Fail Due To Lack Of Thought »

  My views on how to pitch sponsorship were completely vindicated this week, when a client told me there was ‘nothing that leapt out’ at him from an off-the-shelf sponsorship proposal (not mine, I hasten to add!).  I call it […]


Break The ‘Sponsored Silence’ With PR

January 3rd, 2013

Break The ‘Sponsored Silence’ With PR »

Too many companies, initiatives and organisations are taking part in a ‘sponsored silence’ as they head into 2013, playing their cards close to their chest and not making their target audiences aware of the good work they are doing, or […]


New Sponsorship Guide Available For Those Seeking To Sell The Sizzle

December 30th, 2012

New Sponsorship Guide Available For Those Seeking To Sell The Sizzle »

  A brand new guide to sponsorship has been written to help those seeking sponsorship in 2013 succeed with their pitches and requests for financial support, as Catapult PR’s managing director, Jane Hunt, draws on all her experience of sponsorship […]


Be A Professional Community Trust, Achieve Your Goals And Be An All Round Winner!

December 26th, 2012

Be A Professional Community Trust, Achieve Your Goals And Be An All Round Winner! »

I have just been approached by a Football in the Community Trust, which has asked whether it is eligible to apply for the free PR support, to a total of £600, on offer from Catapult PR.  The answer is ‘yes’, […]


Relight My Fire: Your Love Is Their Only Desire!

December 13th, 2012

Relight My Fire: Your Love Is Their Only Desire! »

I went back to Lakes College today, where I gave my very different PR talk (complete with wand!) in October, all based around a Harry Potter theme. Word of the mad wand-waving woman from Lancashire seemed to have got around, […]