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A series of wins for Aberfield Communications

Aberfield has hit a winning streak, securing four new client wins, as well as being shortlisted for five industry awards.

The Leeds based PR, Marketing and Communications firm has been shortlisted for five of the 2019 CIPR Pride Awards: Best Public Sector Campaign (x2), Best Not-For-Profit Campaign and Best Regional Campaign. Senior PR Consultant, Laura Cavanagh, was also shortlisted for Outstanding Young Communicator....

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Posted on Wed 24th Jul, 2019 in: Appointments, Awards by Beth Chaplow

Success at the double for Aberfield Communications

Aberfield secures two more client wins for its books

PR, social media and brand communications agency, Aberfield Communications, has been appointed by two leading businesses to help support their commercial objectives. Aberfield is working with property investment specialist Helmsley Group and TL Dallas Group, one of the UK’s leading independen...

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Posted on Wed 17th Jul, 2019 in: Appointments, Influence by Beth Chaplow

Gen Z Guide to Office Life

Jack Mitchell explores how to navigate office life for the first time

Entering the world of work can be a daunting experience, especially when, like me, it’s your first time in an office. With the unemployment rate for graduates six months after leaving university falling to 5.1% last year, according to Prospects (the lowest rate since 1979), more graduates are...

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Posted on Fri 12th Jul, 2019 in: Advice by Katie Wadsworth

Aberfield races to success with The Jockey Club

Galloping ahead with another new client win!

At Aberfield Communications, we are excited to announce that we have been appointed by The Jockey Club East Region to provide PR and influencer support for its Newmarket Racecourses.   Recognised as the home of horseracing, Newmarket has two world-class racecourses with a rich heritage dating...

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Posted on Tue 9th Jul, 2019 in: Appointments, Public Relations by Beth Chaplow

Can Instagram save the high street?

Social media can have a tangible impact on how we shop, Beth Chaplow explains how

In recent years, the high street has become a nostalgic symbol of a time gone by, so much so that a care home in Birmingham has recently built a replica high street, in order to stimulate childhood memories in its patients that are suffering from dementia. With in-store profits falling and many stor...

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Posted on Mon 8th Jul, 2019 in: Blogs, Generation Z, Industry Comment by Beth Chaplow

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