08Nov
By: admin On: November 08, 2017 In: BLog, Comms, PR, Technology Comments: 0

In this series, we talk to a member of the CommsCo team, to glean their thoughts on PR, agency life, and everything else that matters. Next up is Ed Clark, our 24-going-on-54 year old Senior Account Executive. What is your favourite thing about working at CommsCo? Definitely the team....

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24Oct
By: Alex Halpern On: October 24, 2017 In: Comms, Content, PR, Social Media, Technology Comments: 0

It’s no secret that the tweet, the Facebook status and the Instagram pic have transformed journalism. And yet despite the diversity of reasons why journalists use social media today, their communication with PR pros remains universally consistent. Cision and Canterbury Christ Church University’s Social Journalism 2017 Study reported that...

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06Oct
By: Kyra Folkes On: October 06, 2017 In: BLog, Comms, PR Comments: 0

  Last week, CommsCo officially left Richmond in favour of our own office space in Kew, with plenty of room for growth. Thanks to seven trips in a Mini (who needs removal vans?) we’re now officially residents at: CommsCo 15-16 Station Point 121 Sandycombe Road Kew TW9 2AD Tel:...

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21Sep
By: Kyra Folkes On: September 21, 2017 In: Comms, PR Comments: 0

CommsCo is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted in the ‘Small Consultancy of the Year’ category at the PRCA National Awards 2017. The PRCA Awards celebrate the best of the best of the UK PR and communications industry, open to consultancies, freelancers, in-house departments, digital agencies and...

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12Sep
By: admin On: September 12, 2017 In: BLog, Comms, PR Comments: 0

In this blog series, you’ll get to learn about each member of the CommsCo team, including our thoughts on what it’s like to work in PR and how we like to wind down at the end of a busy working day. First up is Leah Jones, our fabulous Account...

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24Aug
By: Ryan Seller On: August 24, 2017 In: Comms, Content, PR, Twitter Comments: 0

“If Trump doesn’t destroy us in the next year, in the next 20 years social media will have destroyed us.” That is the opinion of Booker Prize winning author, Howard Jacobson, printed in The Times earlier this week. Howard believes that, since children are spending more time on Twitter...

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18Aug
By: Alex Halpern On: August 18, 2017 In: Comms, PR Comments: 0

The great Saturday Night Live punchline is: Beneath the gags, its absurd characters are very real people, with very real power. As such, it was no surprise that Melissa McCarthy’s brilliantly-executed Sean Spicer imitation led to the even more hotly anticipated satire of the White House’s most recent (but...

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15Aug
By: Kyra Folkes On: August 15, 2017 In: BLog, Comms, PR, Uncategorized Comments: 0

Being a great PR professional means more than being ‘a good writer’ or ‘good with people’. It’s all about the ability to transfer these skills under pressure, and read a situation in terms of both managing clients and spotting PR opportunities. Whether you are thinking about a career in...

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23Jun
By: Edward Clark On: June 23, 2017 In: BLog, Comms, Content, New Client, PR, Social Media, Technology Comments: 0

Summer’s here, in case you didn’t notice the hottest June day since 1976. It’s that time of year again where Facebook timelines fill up with pictures of friends in exotic destinations/Kavos. A time when trains finally stop running late due to cold temperatures, and start running late due to...

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30May
By: Edward Clark On: May 30, 2017 In: BLog, Comms, Marketing, PR, Technology Comments: 0

At CommsCo, we love keeping our ear to the ground for the very latest developments in the wider tech industry. Some of the best opportunities for discovering breaking technological innovations and upcoming schools of thought are to be found at industry events. Expos, drives, and conferences put market leaders...

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