For most of the year we do everything we can to avoid adverts, from recording programmes so we can FF through the annoying three minutes or so, to changing channels furiously, or just going old school and making a cup of tea. However what happens to us in November is something of a Christmas miracle… Continue reading The PR Christmas Gift that keeps on giving
Off the back of the news last week that Old Town is poised to undergo a £35-million make over of the old Locarno Corn Exchange building, the local business community have welcomed the news. Linda Todd, Director of strategic communications agency Geometry gives her thoughts. The £35m redevelopment of the old Locarno Corn Exchange building… Continue reading COMMENT: The Exchange Plans in Swindon
PR Manager David McLean questions the current vogue for responsive websites. Those of us old enough to remember the gloriously exciting World Wide Web land grab of the late 90s / early 00s – when everybody was rushing to build themselves a website – will recall the fashion for splash landing pages that typically featured little… Continue reading OK, I’m going to say it… responsive websites are failing to deliver.
When I began my career in the PR profession almost 20 years ago, it was at a time when businesses were going through a fundamental change in the way they communicated with their customers. The change was a result of Microsoft’s Outlook arriving as part of the Office 97 suite. Not quite overnight, but very… Continue reading PR is changing, but is your agency?
Geometry’s Lynne Fernquest, ex-editor of the Bath Chronicle, has given a presentation to a gathering of businesses on the most effective way to raise your profile in print, broadcast, digital and social media. The talk took place at the Inspire Business Breakfast , sponsored by Newsquest Wiltshire and was held at Cumberwell Golf Park, Bradford… Continue reading Geometry ‘Inspires’ better business PR
Geometry PR has been engaged to help promote the forthcoming opening of the new Apex City of Bath Hotel in Summer 2017. The 4-star city centre hotel with extensive conference facilities can be found in James Street West and will be Bath’s largest hotel with 177 rooms. Every room has been individually designed to provide… Continue reading Geometry to promote new hotel and conference centre for Bath
TV presenter Sian Lloyd; VIPs from the police and security services; as well as singers from The Voice and Britain’s Got Talent all helped to make the 10th Annual Ward Security Star Employee Awards a huge success for the 200 staff and management of Ward Security in attendance. Held at The Grange City Hotel in… Continue reading Successful Star Awards show breadth of event management experience