Generally we like to remain quiet about ourselves; our focus is always on our clients. However, winning the CIPR Silver Award in the Community Relations Category for our work on Nuffield Health, Cambridge Hospital deserves a little toast, or two.
Social Media is changing the parameters of PR. I recently received news linked to a major national newspaper. It was strictly embargoed so that nothing could be released prior to it appearing in the Sunday edition. Perfectly normal practice. What surprised me, however, was that it then stated that it was fine to mention the news in social media. Tweets were acceptable prior to the embargo. (more…)
We are always pleased when we are contacted by those considering a career in PR to ask our advice, to discuss our experiences, and the reality of a life in PR. (more…)
This week is National Blood Week, and the NHS Blood and Transplant have launched a campaign to get more people to give blood. New donors are needed to the tune of 204,000 so we urge people to come forward and donate as soon as they can.
You won’t miss it when you give it; but patients could miss it if you don’t. Do something amazing and save or improve up to three lives by giving blood
Visit: http://www.blood.co.uk/news-media/campaigns/national-blood-week/ and book an appointment now.
There are moments in public life when the Public Relations shield drops down and the person is fully revealed. Last night we saw Ed Miliband in defeat, stripped of the panoply of pre-election paraphernalia. Whatever our political leanings, no one should kick a decent man when he is down, which goes for Nick Clegg too.