Posts Tagged ‘creative PR’

New Year’s Resolutions

by Jane Hunt Love them or hate them, New Year’s resolutions have been around since the time of the ancient Babylonians – so in the culture of our world civilisation for 4000 years. Apparently, the Babylonians made promises to the…
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January 1st, 2020

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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March 1st, 2017

Two PRMoment.com Award Shortlistings for Catapult!

Today, we are absolutely elated to receive two award nominations for our client, Langley Castle, in the PRmoment.com Awards 2017. We’re shortlisted in both the ‘Media Relations Campaign of the Year’ and ‘Community Engagement Campaign of the Year’ categories. If…
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February 10th, 2017

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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August 13th, 2016

A Wonderful Weekend At Work!

There’s something truly wonderful about having ‘your own’ castle and that’s how I feel since I started working for the exquisite Langley Castle just over a year ago. I’ve been really spoilt, by being allowed to stay and sample the…
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July 6th, 2016

How To Help Your Food, Festival & Catering PR Sizzle

A Little Introduction I’ve worked in the catering sector for many years now, having handled all catering PR when working in in-house PR for the South Western Electricity Board and British Gas South Western, and then being given the role…
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January 5th, 2016

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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November 1st, 2015