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Working with CEG to profile two iconic property schemes in Leeds

How we're delivering PR for Temple and Kirkstall Forge

We’ve been working with the property developer, CEG, that’s behind two landmark schemes in Leeds: the £400m Kirkstall Forge development, which is one of the largest brownfield sites in the North of England, and Temple, a new district in the city centre, which forms a key part of th...

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Posted on Thu 14th May, 2020 in: Appointments, Influence, Public Relations by Laura Cavanagh

Celebrations all round at Aberfield Communications

Rounding off a busy few months at Aberfield HQ...

It’s been a busy few months at Aberfield HQ. Not only have we been celebrating three new client wins but we’ve also picked up a couple of PR awards on the way. Leeds Beckett felt that our pitch really stood out, not only for its creativity but also its outcome-based approach, positionin...

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Posted on Wed 27th Nov, 2019 in: Appointments, Awards, Public Relations by Beth Chaplow

What a banger! What a catch!

Bringing home the bacon with our latest client win.

Apologies for the puns but we just can’t help ourselves following our latest client win. We’re thrilled to have been appointed to manage corporate and trade communications for Karro Food Group and Young’s Seafood. After being invited to pitch by parent company Eight Fifty Food Gro...

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Posted on Wed 27th Nov, 2019 in: Appointments, Public Relations by Beth Chaplow

Two fresh appointments to Aberfield’s team following big client wins

The Aberfield team continues to grow!

Leeds-based PR, social media and brand communications agency, Aberfield Communications, has appointed two new consultants to its team; Lucy Bristow and Gi-Ching Kwok. Lucy joins the team from Marlin PR in London, bringing two years of B2B and corporate technology communications experience to the ta...

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Posted on Tue 22nd Oct, 2019 in: Appointments by Gi-Ching Kwok

Are we letting down the talent of the future with antiquated agency structures?

Having recently been through a major recruitment drive, I wanted to share what a positive experience it was. However, it was disappointing to hear how many PR agencies are still letting employees down with rigid, inflexible structures.

Any agency head will tell you that recruiting new members for your team can be one of the most time consuming and sometimes frustrating tasks that come with running a consultancy. It’s especially important when you are a relatively small team and the impact of that new person can be significa...

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Posted on Thu 5th Sep, 2019 in: Appointments, Culture, Industry Comment, Jobs, Public Relations, Recruitment by Tim Downs

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