Posts tagged with: Leeds PR

SCORING A PR OWN GOAL

You may have seen an unusual story doing the rounds early last week courtesy of reigning Premier League Champions Manchester City. Worried that attendances for the club’s upcoming home games in the Champions League would be underwhelming due to the...
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FROM BOARDROOM TO BOOMBOX

Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last decade or so, and even if listening to her squeaky-clean brand of inoffensive pop music is your idea of hell, chances are you’re familiar with American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift.* Swifty...
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If PR is the darkside, then hand me a torch

An interview with the features’ editor of a prominent London paper this week included the question ‘would you consider moving to a PR role’ and her answer was telling. “I’m not sure I’m cut out to deal with people like...
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International Women’s Day

‘I’m a feminist. I’ve been a female for a long time now. It’d be stupid not to be on my own side.’ – Maya Angelou I like this quote. Feminism, bizarrely, is seen by many as a dirty word. An...
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Tsk Tsk Tusk

“I’ve been wondering what that special place in hell looks like for those who promoted Brexit without even a sketch of a plan how to carry it out safely.” Question: Is the above statement by European Council President Donald Tusk,...
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Is There Really No Such Thing as Bad Publicity?

It’s not often we find ourselves discussing the Prince of Darkness at The Right Agency but we came across a story earlier this week that made us reconsider the old ‘there’s no such thing as bad publicity’ debate. Step forward...
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