Monthly Archives: June 2009

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

Order, order – can John Bercow restore it?

 Like the Conservative Party Leadership contests of 2001 and 2005; the contest for Speaker this week (Monday 22nd of June) suddenly gave the media, and to a certain extent the.

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Electing the Speaker

The House of Commons will elect a new Speaker on Monday 22nd June. There are, at the last count 10 candidates who have all attracted enough nominations to be able.

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Not your average digital editor

Since I have been working in PR there has been much discussion about digital and social media. Ruder Finn has even conducted its own research into the future of communications..

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Update, update, update

The New York Times recently ran an article entitled ‘Blog Falling in an Empty Forest’   which discussed the increasing trend towards people starting up a blog only to give up on.

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The Day of the African Child

Today (16 June 2009) marks the Day of the African Child which is recognised throughout the world as an opportunity to reflect on progress toward health, education and equality for.

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The human right to what?

A study published in The Lancet recently has shown there is no consistent correlation between ratification of human rights treaties and a change in health status or social outcomes. This.

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Customer focus versus the vision thing

I have been thinking a lot about the right approach to campaigns and product development. One school of thought is to focus on the client delight: this was exemplified by.

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Striking out

I’ve had a client over from the US this week and chatting with him has really brought it home to me what a strange few days it has been. First.

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Snappy Days – Adele’s Moo cards

If you’ve been following our blog you’ll know the story behind the photos on our business cards so I won’t repeat it – here are mine: I live a minute’s.

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Playing for Time

So Gordon Brown survives to fight on and by all accounts his performance at the Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP) meeting has strengthened the support of the Party’s MPs for their.

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