“The biggest challenge since the war” proclaimed Prime Minister Boris Johnson, addressing almost 28 million British citizens in what is now one of the most watched pieces of communication on television in the country’s history... read on
Authenticity is widely regarded as a measure of quality when it comes to your communications, and yet for many, the practice of public relations is inherently at odds with the notion of authenticity... read on
Like most of the world, Team Triangle has become engrossed in Niantic's new augmented reality game, Pokémon Go. Not only can the game help you on the road to being a Pokémon master, it can also teach us a thing or two about PR... read on
Apple, you know? The maker of cool computers, iPhones, iPads and, now, big faced digital watches. They’ve never tweeted. Or facebooked. One of the most digitally advanced companies in the world apparently has shunned all things social media... read on
When we do PR for companies, we don’t so much write about what they do or what they provide, we talk about the difference they can make to their customers.
Because that’s the thing their customers are most interested in... read on