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I’ve got an integrated marketing campaign!

ITV’s hugely popular reality show Love Island has come to an end, and while many of the competitions, conversations and challenges in the programme should be avoided by corporates, the show does a fantastic job integrating its marketing across channels, such that the awareness of the programme goes way beyond those who watch the shows…

It’s hot and there’s a carrot crisis

Roads are melting and the UK has been officially experiencing a heatwave for more than a month with the current spell of hot weather lasting since at least June 23rd – and no end in sight.

Sometimes even the biggest disrupters should play by established rules

Last week saw the first public outing of the Wild Boars, the Thai football team who were rescued, to worldwide acclaim, after spending more than two weeks trapped in flood-filled caves.  Though, sadly not before the death of one of the rescue divers.

Can social media impact a start-up’s ability to get funding?

There are several ways that start-up owners can raise funds to grow their business. Some ask friends and family, whilst others go after investors with an inspiring pitch deck and business plan.

Southgate shows there is little to fear from the media

Football didn’t quite make it home. In the end the rising expectations fell flat as the England football team’s great adventure, together with a never-ending series of memes, came to an all-too-familiar end against Croatia.

It’s goodbye to Goldilocks – but not hello Bears just yet

It’s that time of year again when asset managers gather in front of the media to present their mid-year outlooks on the future of the global economy, markets and asset classes.

Why your PR job will not be replaced by artificial intelligence tomorrow

6 key takeaways from this year’s AMEC Summit, from our Head of Digital at CFF Communications in Amsterdam This year’s AMEC summit in Barcelona showed just how much the PR measurement sector has evolved. When the Barcelona Principles were presented eight years ago, advertising value estimates (AVEs) were commonly used to measure the performance of…

Safety in Numbers: According to New Research

Flick through any newspaper and you’ll find that research is the backbone of many news stories. Safety in Numbers looks at why it is so effective – and why it cannot be taken for granted…

Citigate Dewe Rogerson appoints Philippe Ronceau as a Director in its Investor Relations practice

Citigate Dewe Rogerson is delighted to announce the appointment of Philippe Ronceau as a Director in its Investor Relations practice.