Posts Tagged ‘Cumbria PR’

 

July 20th, 2018

5 PR & Social Media Award Nominations & Much More! »

It may only be six weeks since Catapult won the national CIPR Excellence Award for having created and executed the ‘Best Travel, Leisure or Tourism Campaign’ in the country, but that hasn’t halted our zest and desire to gain more […]


Tourism Attractions Need To Pay Attention To Their Servicescape

October 23rd, 2012

Tourism Attractions Need To Pay Attention To Their Servicescape »

One thing that always amazes me in the world of tourism PR is the way in which so many tourism attractions get it wrong when it comes to ‘delighting’ the customer.  I use this word cautiously, as I am frequently […]


Don’t cut PR during a recession – boost it!

October 22nd, 2012

Don’t cut PR during a recession – boost it! »

Lancashire-based Catapult PR is reminding businesses wondering where to save money as they battle the recession that cutting the marketing budget is not the way to go.   Catapult, which works extensively in Cumbria and the North East, as well […]


New Lancashire & Cumbrian Clients For Catapult PR

September 25th, 2012

New Lancashire & Cumbrian Clients For Catapult PR »

Catapult PR has acquired two new clients in the last fortnight, one in the equestrian world (all terribly exciting but I need to get permission before revealing how exciting) and the other’s a really fabulous digital agency, hugely talented and […]


A Day In The Life of A Lancashire PR Agency

September 6th, 2012

A Day In The Life of A Lancashire PR Agency »

It’s continuing to be a really successful time for Catapult and I’m now becoming pretty convinced that what Lancashire and Cumbria really want from their PR is a dedicated, committed freelance individual who will give them 200% and not relegate […]


There are more pebbles on the tourism PR beach in Blackpool!

August 8th, 2012

There are more pebbles on the tourism PR beach in Blackpool! »

If I had a pound for every time a business acquaintance had told me that they ‘can’t believe’ I don’t work for any of Blackpool’s visitor attractions or providers of tourism infrastructure, I’d be a very rich woman!   It […]