So following on from the success of the RBS 6 Nations all eyes will be gearing up for the 2015 Rugby World Cup which will be upon us in no time at all. Plans are already moving into place for businesses and corporates to leverage the opportunities out of the World Cup which will be … Continue reading
The rise of the internet has proved to be a game-changer for many a business and Vodafone is no different. One of the F1′s most high profile sponsors, the mobile phone group is pulling the plug on sports sponsorship of the extremely successful F1 series to move all their eggs into social media execution. I … Continue reading
A collection of images from the last few months working in PR.
So today has seen both the F1 2012 Korean Grand Prix and the World Record Stratos mission come into the limelight, in which both are heavily associated with energy drink, Red Bull. Red Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel dominated the 2012 Formula 1 Korean Grand Prix to make it a hat-trick of wins in his last … Continue reading
Loving this video! “Martyn Ashton takes the £10k carbon road bike used by Team Sky’s Bradley Wiggins & Mark Cavendish for a ride with a difference. With a plan to push the limits of road biking as far as his lycra legs would dare”
Hatch Communications (my agency!), has been appointed by Triathlon England, the national governing body in England to promote its national championship events. Following a competitive pitch, we have been tasked with raising Triathlon England’s profile around the ‘Triathlon England – National Championship’ events, whilst capitalising on the growth of the sport. It’s a very exciting … Continue reading
I came across this great website the other week (created by 10 Yetis’ Rich Leigh), and I am now an author, picking out and searching for great and wonderful PR campaigns which we can all admire and learn from! If only this website has been around when I was at University, there were so many … Continue reading
I have recently returned from a holiday or some may call it more of a ‘travelling experience’ from India. The advice I was given before we went was “nothing will prepare you for what you will see and smell there”, and this statement couldn’t have been more accurate. So we could see as much as … Continue reading