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Why you shouldn’t put out a press release about your exciting news

Monday 14, October 2019

In any sector, it’s a sign of healthy connection between you and your organisation when you’re enthusiastic about new developments … Continue reading →


Kia Kaha Te Reo Māori

Monday 9, September 2019

This week marks the 44th year of celebrating Te Wiki o te Reo Māori | Māori Language Week. As a … Continue reading →


When a crisis comes calling

Friday 23, August 2019

By Jacky James. In reference to the Stuff article – School emails show ‘crisis management’ plans as sex allegations come … Continue reading →


Spelling is Telling

Tuesday 20, August 2019

By Lisa Glass. When I worked in print/online media, the number one complaint from readers wasn’t about fairness and accuracy; … Continue reading →


Five reasons to engage an external team

Monday 5, August 2019

Specialists, not generalists The communications landscape is increasingly complex, with demands ranging from internal communications to stakeholder engagement, marketing communications, … Continue reading →


It’s time to stand up and clean up

Friday 26, July 2019

Our senior consultant Meg has earnt the title of CEO (Chief Environmental Officer) in the office for her personal war … Continue reading →


Book critic Lisa Glass

Tuesday 23, July 2019

Lisa has a background in broadcasting and maintains links with the industry- including regular stints as a current affairs panellist … Continue reading →


🤩World Emoji Day – Wednesday 17 July

Wednesday 17, July 2019

Its World Emoji Day! (There seems to be a day for everything!) Here’s some top tips when using emoji’s 🤓 … Continue reading →


In the age of AI, why people count more than ever

Friday 12, July 2019

Written by Lisa Glass. I recently listened to a podcast about information overload: the modern affliction where you feel like … Continue reading →


Six Common Myths about PR debunked

Wednesday 19, June 2019

Myth 1: PR is ‘spin’ In cricket, a skilled bowler puts spin on the ball to put it off its … Continue reading →


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