Entries by Aaron Bass

Local Elections 2018, have they made any difference? by Aaron Bass

‘Truth is ever to be found in simplicity, and not in the multiplicity and confusion of things.’ Although Sir Isaac Newton probably had more philosophical matters than local elections in mind, his famous quote seems incredibly apt when discussing this year’s vote. Results that display just how politics has changed and how confused the electorate […]

The PR Office takes part in a charity 5-a-side tournament

The PR Office fielded a team for Fusion Consulting’s Business Charity five a side tournament, in association with Camp Simcha. The tournament took place at Barnet’s The HIVE and provided a fantastic networking opportunity – meeting with a number of companies across several sectors. PRO’s number one was our Chairman himself pulling off a number […]

Five Communication Takeaways From The CIPR National Conference

Following last week’s Chartered Institute of Public Relations Conference, Aaron Bass gives his five key communication takeaways from the day: 1) We are now ‘post truth.’ According to various ‘fact checking’ websites, Trump’s campaign was 52% lies. Many will believe whatever is on their social media feed, no matter where it comes from and therefore, […]

The PR Office Promotes From Within

The PR Office is delighted to announce the promotions of Chris Wilson to Account Director and Aaron Bass and James Wright who have both become Senior Account Managers. Chris, joined The PR Office in March 2015 from a boutique investment agency. As part of the Corporate and Professional Services team Chris oversees accounts crossing real […]

The PR Office attend non-doms seminar

As part of The PR Office’s ongoing stakeholder engagement campaign for financial services company, HBFS, we organised and attended a seminar which focused on the impending changes to rules around the non-doms tax regime. The event served as an opportunity for HBFS to offer the industry insights into how they should advise their clients on […]

Underwhelming elections leaves big question by Aaron Bass

The Sunday after Election Day is usually an opportunity for analysis and reflection. Political leaders take to the sofas to talk about how this election will affect them and their party. However, on this occasion, the Chancellor of the Exchequer did a round of interviews and yet rather than pouring over the results of the […]