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Meet the PR Blogger – with Arianne Williams

Hello and welcome to my second instalment of my 'meet the PR blogger' series, this time including Arianne Williams. But, before I start, lets get down to the basics. What is the 'meet the PR blogger' series? This series has been put together by yours truly to delve in to the inner workings of the… Continue reading Meet the PR Blogger – with Arianne Williams

Failing businesses in 2018. 2018 business failure.
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2018 – A Year of Business Failures

Well, 2018 has been a good year for business so far, right? Wrong. The only way I could represent the business climate this year would be... The growing number of business' spiralling out of control this year started with Toys R Us announcing its to-be-expected closure. Shortly followed by Maplin. Since then, the trend of… Continue reading 2018 – A Year of Business Failures

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How McDonalds Monopolised the in-play Fast Food Industry (literally)

Today marks the start of the 31-year strong McDonalds Monopoly promotion. An in-play 'game' that involves the collection of monopoly tiles in order to win a range of prizes. From a PR perspective, the fact this game is still running over thirty years later with very few adjustments to it is extremely impressive and really is worth… Continue reading How McDonalds Monopolised the in-play Fast Food Industry (literally)

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Why Bad Employee Relations are Bad for your PR

Both Wagamamas and TGI Fridays have come under fire recently for not paying their staff the minimum wage and of course, it hit the news. It was recognised in the press that: Wagamama has repaid an average of £50 to 2,630 employees. TGI Friday's had to repay £25 each to 2,300 staff. Plus, this isn't the first… Continue reading Why Bad Employee Relations are Bad for your PR