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A Roaring Start to 2020

Following a successful 2019 – and leading up to The Right Agency’s 10th birthday – we are delighted to announce the permanent appointment of Account Executive, Georgina Powley. Georgina joined the team as an intern in May 2018 while she...
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January Blues

There are plenty of reasons to feel fed up in January. Christmas is over. It’s cold. Most people have returned to work or education. We need cheering up! Unfortunately, thanks to Blue Monday, what we get instead is a near...
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The festive ad – priceless bauble or cracker filling?

If festive spending has left a Santa-sized dent in your finances, spare a thought for the poor old retail giants – they’ve splashed out a cool £6.8 billion collectively to bring their Christmas commercials to TV screens this year. They...
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Going the extra mile – but not ten miles

PR’s leading journal – PR Week – has revealed that the industry is in the grip of an ‘overservicing epidemic’ which is causing a fifth of staff to consider quitting. Apparently nine out of ten agencies admit to overservicing, with...
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The truth is out there…..somewhere

It’s been an interesting old week from a PR perspective, starting with Prince Andrew Duke of York’s disastrous TV interview.  If media reports are to be believed, Andrew went against the advice of at least one of his key advisors...
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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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Taking the PR out of protest

Protests in Britain are nothing new. They have long been used as a way to show unified public objection to official policies, laws and government actions. But as well as a method of campaigning for change, protests are also inseparable...
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Putting conscience before accolades

British race walker Tom Bosworth earned admiration after clawing his way back from injury to claim seventh place in the 2019 World Athletics Championships in Doha. But the multiple record-holding 29-year-old also gained respect for speaking candidly about both the...
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Gutter journalism – will it ever go away?

If UK journalism was a client, its PR agency would probably be dusting off the crisis comms plan this week. There have been too many examples of individual journalists and organisations trampling over people’s feelings and rights to privacy. There’s...
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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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