Monthly Archives: February 2012

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

Anti-social networking

Whilst my taste in fashion goes more to A Bathing Ape and S-Double rather than Ermenegildo Zegna I respect the way Zegna do business. Zegna haven’t gone down the same.

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Who to choose in the Republican Race… ‘We don’t know’ say voters

The news that Rick Santorum has won the Minnesota and Colorado caucuses and Missouri primary has provided another twist in this meandering GOP race. As soon as one candidate gathers.

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What Reporters Want

When I was a journalist, a common refrain among my colleagues was that most PR firms “just don’t get it.” Their gripe? What reporters want is pretty straightforward: a good.

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It’s ‘Halftime America’ – Or is it Morning Again?

Politics combined with Hollywood glamour last night to make a spectacular impression on America’s showcase sporting event. The US may have reached fever pitch as Eli Manning’s underdog New York.

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David Miliband’s 7 Point Plan to Reclaim Labour from Itself

In an article for this week’s New Statesman, David Miliband authored what the Guardian yesterday termed: a ‘scathing attack’ on two of his brother’s key political allies, Neil Kinnock and.

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What selling Kirby cleaners taught me about digital marketing

After finishing secondary school I sold Kirby vacuum cleaners for about six weeks in Liverpool. It wasn’t something that I planned to do for any length of time and it.

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A Very Public Affair

So what exactly is Public Affairs and how can it be beneficial to your business? Parliamentary Affairs, Stakeholder Management, Government Relations, Lobbying, Government Affairs, Political Consulting – Public Affairs is.

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