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Our integrated services are tailored to embrace emerging digital tools and technologies to deliver dynamic campaigns with quantifiable and profitable results for our clients. From brand positioning, content strategy and creation for PR and social campaigns, to international influencer relations and digital marketing, we help you achieve your ultimate goals – driving sales and growing your brand.

We devise and implement multi-channel communications strategies designed to build your brand presence and share of voice, earn media coverage and brand advocates, and deliver insights-led customer recruitment and engagement tactics.

With wholly-owned offices in Paris, Munich and San Francisco and our international network, embrace, we can operate our services on a local, regional or global scale. Our international reach is further extended by our agency network, embrace, comprised of carefully selected, long-term PR partners, all with in-depth experience and local market knowledge in EMEA, the US and Asia-Pac.

A Round Up of the PR Stories You May Have Missed

SABRE

Although short but sweet (due to the Easter break) there have been some interesting stories this week – I’m sure you’ve been reading about the continued panic over the Heartbleed security breach and Amazon’s 3D phone announcement. However, I’ve highlighted a few PR related stories you may have missed, including the announcement of the finalists [...]

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Trainspotting Lessons for Getting Digital PR Running Smoothly

southeastern train

Getting little details wrong is like snatching defeat from the jaws of digital PR victory. I’m reminded of this by something I see every working morning but have only just worked out. I travel on the UK’s fastest commuter train every day, zooming from the South Coast of England into London. Because my Southeastern train shares [...]

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Poor writing spells disaster for PR agencies

Power of Words

The PR Skills Gap Survey published this week by PRmoment, (fast establishing itself as a fresh and interesting alternative to PR Week), made for a thought-provoking read. Produced in conjunction with the PRCA, the survey compared the recruitment demands of public relations hirers with the skill sets of public relations candidates. Two things surprised me. Firstly, the [...]

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What does the Oculus VR Purchase mean for Digital PR?

Oculus

Another week, another purchase for Facebook. The one that sent the Internet into a frenzy last week was the purchase of Oculus VR for $2bn. While this move caused concern amongst the gaming community and some of Europe’s leading developers (namely, that Facebook’s involvement could be detrimental to the core gaming experience), many are already [...]

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