Talking Shop

  • CDL appoints Triangle PR to handle public relations brief

    Triangle PR has been appointed by leading insurance software house, CDL, to handle public relations for its portfolio of pioneering industry developments, from ‘pay how you drive’ telematics-based insurance products to a range of technologies desi.. read on
  • Did he ever say it?

    “If I was down to my last dollar, I’d spend it on PR.” This statement is widely attributed to Microsoft’s Bill Gates... read on
  • Do I not like that!

    Now I’m not sure if the ex England football manager, Graham Taylor is an avid Facebook user or not, but one thing’s for sure, the ubiquitous social networking site would not have allowed for the beleaguered football manager to vent his frustration.. read on
  • Why good manners count

    The nation seems to be divided about the significance of a dog being crowned winner of Britain’s Got Talent 2012. But, perhaps, the owner should be given some credit too... read on
  • Why setting a budget pays

    BBC The Apprentice viewers up and down the country were incredulous this week when Gabrielle & co. took a client brief without asking their budget... read on
  • Boris, Ken and One More Broadcast

    Yesterday, on Radio 4’s The Today Programme, Ken Livingstone told James Naughtie that the media were to blame for his defeat in the London mayoral election... read on
  • Triangle Signs Up More Talent

    Triangle has further strengthened its account handling team, with the appointment of Jenna Fordie to the position of account executive... read on
  • Triangle Cares for Belong

    Triangle PR has been appointed by leading care provider, Belong, to handle public relations for its growing portfolio of pioneering community villages... read on
  • Final Recognition

    Triangle made it as a finalist in two categories of the 2011 CIPR North West PRide Awards, which were announced on 23 November at the Hilton Hotel in Manchester... read on
  • Triangle Adopts Itself

    Triangle PR has adopted the word ‘triangle’ through the adoptaword scheme, run by children's communication charity, I CAN... read on

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