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Ode to National Poetry Day, the PR way

Ode to National Poetry Day, the PR way

October is upon us which, as a lover of words, can only mean one thing… National Poetry Day!Around this time each year, a celebration of poetry takes place UK-wide with a different theme being explored across a variety of activities, offering people in...

The types of influencers for B2B

The types of influencers for B2B

Influencers aren’t just for B2C businesses - B2B influencer marketing is huge and continues to grow, with many publications and blogs online calling B2B influencer marketing more important than B2C. Let’s start by looking at the name. You make think influencers are a...

A new website is rarely the answer

A new website is rarely the answer

Whilst there are any number of reasons a business might decide to change its website, chief amongst them appears to be the entrenched thinking that a new refreshed site will immediately drive an increase in enquiries and ultimately sales.Putting aside the...

Our favourite Roald Dahl books

Our favourite Roald Dahl books

This year 13th September is now known as ‘Roald Dahl Day’ as September is Roald Dahl’s birth month, if he was still alive today, he would be 102 years old. Dahl is beloved not only by kids across the world, but by us big kids who grew up reading his...

The writers that inspire the writers

The writers that inspire the writers

As walkers of the PR world, reading is a big part of our lives. We have an office full of books on every topic and our houses are just the same. Since it's #NationalBookLoversDay the conversation of favourite authors came up in the office, we thought we’d...

Emojis – The language of now

Emojis – The language of now

Emojis have come a long way since the emoticon days of : ) with each new wave of emojis becoming increasingly detailed and niche. We’ve gone from a challenge of creatively trying to express emotions using punctuation to spending ages trying to decide what...

National Writing Day: 30 days of creativity

National Writing Day: 30 days of creativity

As a modern PR agency, we often support our clients using a combination of different services, whether it's creating articles or designing brochures.No matter what service we're providing, writing is the skill central to everything we do, as we look to...

Corporate printing: This time it’s personalised

Corporate printing: This time it’s personalised

It’s always good to get out of the office for the afternoon to attend an event. Whilst it’s all well and good producing work and reading online, there’s nothing quite like immersing yourself in the design world and seeing what goes on behind the scenes.I...

Perfection is the problem and the enemy of fine

Perfection is the problem and the enemy of fine

At a time when we are told many individuals suffer mental health problems, caused by poor body image or a perceived lack of success compared to their social media contemporaries, perhaps more should embrace the concept of, good enough will do. It is an...

Our favourite literary characters

Our favourite literary characters

As it's World Book Day and we're all avid readers, we thought we'd share some of our favourite literary characters. Dave Perhaps underrated because Hollywood didn’t come knocking, Terry Pratchett remains my favourite author, displaying a sense of humour...

Working in Walsh time

Working in Walsh time

Working in a PR agency with deadlines and schedules, time is very important to what we do. In our office, we have recently adopted a new time zone – Walsh time. Allow me to explain. Earlier this week, our new designer, Alistair Walsh, was...