Posts Tagged ‘cultural PR’

Why Heritage Attractions Should Blog

Heritage venues need to tell their stories better. That’s not our view but that of many of the 1000 consumers interviewed by the independent research company we commissioned, as we attempted to help the UK’s heritage and cultural visitor attractions…
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September 22nd, 2021

PR Triumphs & Passion During UK Lockdown

Lockdown has weirdly been a hugely busy and productive time at Catapult PR, as we have done what we believe all PR professionals should have done and been creative, proactive and hugely positive, encouraging our clients to do the same…
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June 5th, 2020

Post-It Notes’ 40th Birthday, Lockdown & Positivity

It’s the 40th birthday of the Post-it Note today. For me, Post-It Notes have been intrinsically linked with the movie ‘Romy & Michele’s High School Reunion.’ This year, in lockdown, they’ve been turned to a different purpose. I am lucky…
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April 6th, 2020

Catapult Shortlisted for a Big Five!

Here at Catapult PR we are celebrating achieving the joint second-highest awards shortlistings of any agency in the northwest in the CIPR PRide Awards 2019, in which we will be heading to Manchester on November 29, to compete in the…
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July 20th, 2019

New Client Wins At Catapult

It’s been a really good week at the office, even though we’ve only had four days of it!  The big news is that Catapult has two new clients – Russell Armer in Cumbria (homes) and a retained contract with Cumbria…
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August 31st, 2013

Jane Starts Work on £3.2m Project

  Really excited by the new project that I’m working on within Cumbria.  £3.2m has been put behind this project and its goals are massive – engaging old, young, communities and other arts, culture and heritage organisations with a project…
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May 3rd, 2013