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We will help you get your message across to the right people, on or offline, using traditional PR, cutting-edge web technology and/or social media. We write, design, build, and advise. And we have a sense of humour...

Making sure you have great content

We specialise in writing and editing digital or non-digital communications and managing websites and intranets

Keeping an watchful eye on your social media

We help you manage your social media, including monitoring, training and support

Don't let a Crisis Turn into a Drama

Worried about meeting the media? We can help you plan for problems with crisis training and support.

Website development and management

Your website is your main channel of communication. We can build you a great website to meet all budgets.

Latest Blog

October 2014 - Many people are still frightened of social media. And judging by the lurid newspaper stories of those who get it wrong, with good reason. Yet it's no longer something you can avoid. Let's dispel some myths - see my blog series.

The Perfect STORM – because for most organisations a crisis is inevitable

Preparing your team for the inevitable  crisis is always challenging,  made more so by how social media is impacting organisations. Practising to ensure a good response when things go wrong is essential, and the key is creating a sense of realism, and real-time pressure for participants, while giving them enough space and time to learn. […]

9 Feb, 2015 gpmedia

Online marketing – should you be doing it in your business?

You may have heard a lot about online marketing, but do you know what it is, or how you can use it in your business? Many companies are now using it to promote their products and services, and to help build a stronger business. It’s not just a matter of ‘keeping up with the Jones’s’ […]

4 Feb, 2015 gpmedia

Paul Hodges on The Great Unwinding…

My former client Paul Hodges, Chairman of International EChem, has just posted a very interesting interview with Merryn Somerset Webb, Editor in Chief of Moneyweek. Paul was one who foresaw the financial crash and writes thought-provoking books and blogs about world trends.

28 Jan, 2015 gpmedia