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Handy PR guide to the week ahead

Monday 9th - Several ultra-designer Christmas trees from the likes of Louis Vuitton and Jean-Paul Gaultier will be auctioned in Paris, and the UK's first 'social supermarket' opens in Yorkshire, selling cut-price stock from major chains - which would otherwise be thrown away - to a select 500 low-in...

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Posted on Mon 9th Dec, 2013 in: Uncategorized by Aberfield

Give me a local reporter any day!

A leaked memo from the Chief Executive of Local World, the UK's third biggest regional newspaper group, has caused a fair bit of controversy recently. In the note David Montgomery, a former chief executive of Trinity Mirror, who purchased Northcliffe Media and Iliffe News, revealed how he sees th...

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Posted on Thu 5th Dec, 2013 in: Industry Comment, Influence, Newspapers, Social Media by Jenny Wilkinson

The essential PR guide to the week ahead

It's the (award-winning) Aberfield PR guide to the week ahead, so get your diaries out and make a note of these news-making events. Monday 2 December - First we had 'Black Friday', and now we have 'Cyber Monday'. The latter is the online equivalent of the former, and the media are predicting an e...

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Posted on Mon 2nd Dec, 2013 in: Industry Comment, Public Relations by Aberfield

Sainsbury's Justin King is top Footsie communicator

Sainsbury's CEO Justin King is 2013's most influential communicator among chief executives of FTSE-100 companies, according to a study published by Aberfield. King has topped the table due to his consistently influential UK profile and for campaigning on a range of issues that have created signif...

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Posted on Mon 2nd Dec, 2013 in: Evaluation, Industry Comment, Influence, Public Relations, Reputation Management by Aberfield

Scourge of RBS is our influencer of the week

There aren't many business people who can say something and spark an almost immediate response from the Business Secretary, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Governor of the Bank of England and the Serious Fraud Office. But that's exactly what Yorkshire-based entrepreneur Lawrence Tomlinson ac...

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Posted on Fri 29th Nov, 2013 in: Industry Comment, Influence, Public Relations, Reputation Management by Phil Reed

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