Two sides. A indistinguishable cacophony of shouts and jeers. Thousands of eager eyes glued to the telly, waiting to find out the score. This was not last night’s football match, but rather the setting for the meaningful vote on Prime Minister Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement. The vote saw May’s deal fall victim to the biggest […]
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It’s been an eventful and exciting few years for Account Director, Aaron Bass. Since joining us as an intern, Aaron rose swiftly through the ranks and has now been an Account Director for 18 months. To find out how his internship laid the groundwork for future success, Deborah Eder, who herself recently transitioned from intern […]
Three months on from the launch of AFDP Global, an exciting social enterprise which aims to transform lives and communities through football, our chairman Shimon Cohen (pictured left) recently joined HRH Prince Ali and CEO JF Cecillon (pictured right) at the AFC Asian Cup in the UAE. As well as attending a number of exciting […]
A version of this article was originally published in PR Week Following Jose Mourinho being dismissed as Manchester United manager, Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino was immediately touted as the early favourite to replace him. This led to reporters quizzing the Tottenham manager on the subject at the first opportunity. However during a press conference last […]
An edited version of this article was originally published in PR Week Well done Greggs. Last week, on a grey January day that would – and perhaps should – have been dominated by stories regarding such hard-hitting topics as the annual rail fare rises and the government’s response to the cross-Channel migrant ‘crisis’, social media […]
For those of you who don’t follow football, you may not be aware that in the past few days some hotly-debated news came out from Liverpool FC who may a bold call to leave summer signing Xherdan Shaqiri out of the squad to fly to Serbia for a Champions League fixture. On the surface, this […]
Yesterday, I attended the launch of The Daily Telegraph’s new Technology Intelligence division – a department dedicated entirely to the paper’s renowned tech expertise. At the breakfast event, we heard from two of the most senior team members – Robin Pagnamenta, Head of Technology Intelligence, and Harry de Quetteville, Special Correspondent. The audience was largely […]
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From the Newsroom to PR During my training as a journalist, I was repeatedly told that PR was the ‘the dark side’, so when I decided to make the jump, there was an apprehension on my part that this might be true. I’d never experienced working in PR before, nor did I know anyone who […]
Being in a fast-moving profession, you often have to ensure that you are staying on top of the latest trends, so my interest was caught by a new (to me) trend. The trend is called Fantasy Football, it’s likely you’ve heard of it. But to me, it was a totally foreign language. It is a […]
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