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    A Streetcar Named Hyundai

    Hyundai recently asked us to develop a campaign to challenge perception of the Hyundai brand in the UK – and help mark its 10th anniversary. Created by us, A Streetcar Named Hyundai was an uber-ambitious feat that involved a new technology build, mapping, driving, photographing and filming all 16,500… Read more

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    Swiss International Air Lines

    We worked with Swiss International Air Lines to raise awareness of the brand in the UK. We’re part of a global agency network initiative. A recent campaign has focused on creating UK news value for ‘attentiveness’ as a topic (a central idea, driven by Swiss) – particularly on the… Read more

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    Testing organisations’ crisis resilience

    Building a brand’s reputation takes time. Losing that reputation can take minutes. So when we work with clients to help them deal with threats to their reputation, one of the first things we do is some due diligence.  What are the most likely threats to their organisation?  Do they have media-trained spokespeople and a… Read more

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    BDO High Street Sales Tracker

    By packaging BDO’s proprietary high street sales data into a monthly ‘High Street Sales Tracker’ index, we’ve positioned the firm as an expert commentator on the high street. Timed to appear ahead of rival trackers, journalists have come to now rely on BDO’s figures to tell them what is… Read more

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Do you need to love your work?

This is a reproduced version of a piece that appeared originally on PRmoment. We ‘work’ around 260 days a year.  Or about 2,000 hours.  Quite a lot isn’t it?  And presented like that, well, it seems a bit depressing. And we all know about the supposed ‘work/life balance’.  The apparent… Read more

August 23rd, 2016 by

Getting the lowdown on investigative journalism

Recently the Guardian held a discussion with the two German journalists who uncovered Panama Papers. I went along and it was a fascinating account into how they revealed the off-shore tax affairs of some of the world’s most powerful people – shining the spotlight on some of the unsavoury doings… Read more

July 14th, 2016 by

Creativity in communications – nature or nurture?

This is a reproduced version of an interview that appeared originally on PRmoment.   I recently caught up with Launch PR founder Johnny Pitt to talk about what it takes to be creative in PR. Is it nature or nurture?  What makes some people more creative than others? Both.  100%. … Read more

July 1st, 2016 by

Are you ready for the centennials?

We frequently get PR briefs that want to tap into a millennial audience, but it can only be a matter of time before one comes through with a focus on the next wave of young upstarts. If you don’t know what to call the generation born post-1997, the consensus answer is ‘centennials’ or,… Read more

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