Monthly Archives: May 2009

Outspoken? Occasionally. But we prefer positively disruptive. We want to work with likeminded organisations and people.

Will healthcare ever embrace digital?

According to the recent Future of Communications survey Ruder Finn conducted, the answer is yes… though eventually and incredibly cautiously. The ‘cautiously’ part is hardly surprising – in the regulatory.

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Photo biography by Ged Carroll

When I joined Ruder Finn, I was asked to put together a number of images that would be used for the backs of my business cards. These images had to.

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Hannah Smith – a snapshot

At our team kick-off team meeting in January, we decided that the pictures on our new Moo cards should be personal to us rather than business focused to reflect the.

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Apocalypse Now: why we need to worry about North Korea’s nuclear ambitions

At 1.06 am on Monday morning the British Geological Survey stations in Herefordshire, Aberdeen and Devon suddenly began registering a tremor at magnitude five on the Richter scale. These tremors.

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Ruder Finn study shows PROs frustrated by pricing of digital and social media campaigns

Research also reveals that print is still king in the eyes of in-house PROs More than three-quarters (78 per cent) of in-house PR officers feel that digital PR services are.

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The Morning Routine

The morning routine: Come into the office, grab some cereal, sit down in front of the computer, log on and check your…..Email? Facebook? Twitter? Netvibes? The list goes on…..  .

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The future for grads in PR: an interview with Tony Byng, Leeds University Business School

It is coming up to that time again.  Dissertations are in, final exams are looming and the prospect of leaving the fun university life that has been a reality for.

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Banking on some sunshine

The countdown is on to the second bank holiday of the month and it seems that everyone has advice on what we should or shouldn’t be doing. Paramedics in the.

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Junior PRs – why it is time to speak up

No matter how much work you do behind the scenes, as a junior PR consultant, a client will never know who you are or why they are paying for your.

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The Speaker has fallen – So what’s next. Part 3 – The Australian System

This is more of a point of interest than anything else, but I’ve had a number of long chats with colleagues and friends about the benefits of the Australian Political.

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