Posts Tagged ‘PR for insurance’

 

October 30th, 2015

Top 10 Types of PR Client/PR Project For Which Catapult PR Is The ‘No-Brainer’ Choice »

    Restaurants, hotels or eateries opening in the NW, NE or North of England – particularly restaurants opening in Blackpool, Poulton-le-Fylde and Lytham – and restaurants, hotels and eateries wishing to maintain a presence in the media   Chefs […]


New Clients, Campaigns & Clear Credentials

February 6th, 2015

New Clients, Campaigns & Clear Credentials »

  At a business level, we couldn’t have asked for a better start to the year than 2015 has provided. Not bad for a Lancashire-based PR consultancy! Having already taken on two new clients in November, we have so far […]


Catapult Looks to UK & European Growth

December 28th, 2014

Catapult Looks to UK & European Growth »

Catapult PR is gearing up for one of its busiest starts to a year since it was founded in March 1998, but is using this as an opportunity for expansion and product development.   The Lancashire-based PR consultancy has new […]


Catapult’s Versatility To Be Tested This Week!

June 1st, 2014

Catapult’s Versatility To Be Tested This Week! »

Expecting a busy week ahead, partly because there’s been so much material written lately that it’s all going to have to be issued, which then causes a snowball effect in PR, because it results in on-going activity with journalists around […]


Financial PR’s Fizzing: Pet PR is Pertinent

April 4th, 2013

Financial PR’s Fizzing: Pet PR is Pertinent »

I’m about to start an interesting project involving writing scripts for video clips that will de-mystify various financial services products, as well as preparing copy for a monthly lifestyle magazine that will run a personal finance column.   While this […]


Would Losing Your PR Consultant Lead To ‘Sense of Loss’?

December 20th, 2012

Would Losing Your PR Consultant Lead To ‘Sense of Loss’? »

  I recently sat in a talk given at a business lunch which was on the theme of successful selling – interesting enough, but the main point that I picked up on was the fact that the speaker started talking […]