We have gasped and cheered, laughed and cried, hit up social media to share the moments.  The PR moments that is.  Drum roll please for the completely unscientific straw poll of the Action PR office view of the Russia 2018 World Cup PR winners and...

When someone tells me they can make me 20% stronger and help rid me of all my lower back issues from only a handful of 20-minute training sessions, I can’t help but stand up and listen. That is exactly what I was promised with Electrical...

Designers are important people. They turn the ideas in our heads into beautifully crafted documents, images and presentations. Getting the details right is tricky to perfect and it takes years to become a master designer, which is why they often come with a pretty hefty...

You’ve gone through the pitch process and chosen your PR agency. Congratulations! Now the real work begins and not just on the agency side. As a client, there are a few things you can do to get the best results from your agency and maximise...

You’d pretty much have to be living under a rock to not to realise the World Cup is happening. It’s the biggest event in Football and as a massive football fan myself, I’ve been glued to every game… well nearly! There is of course my...

Those choosing to work for themselves has been on a steady increase since the financial crash of 2008 destroyed thousands of jobs. The promise of freedom from overbearing bosses and unlimited earning potential has, as of January this year, driven 4.77 million, just under 15%...

They say variety is the spice of life. From switching up your breakfast to listening to different Spotify playlists – if you’re not constantly injecting a bit of change in your life, creativity could go out the window. The same goes for meetings. Here at Action...

This post was written by Richard Callender, an award-winning trainer, presenter, writer, athlete and good friend of Action PR. Recently, he teamed up with Point Blank, one of our amazing clients to create some stunning visuals for use on social media. We asked him to...

Communicating a product or service to journalists usually involves focusing the light on one aspect and always involves finding the most suitable angle. It would be difficult to sell barbecues to customers at Christmas time, but if you inform them that it’s half the price...