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Local School Children to Showcase Coding Skills at Cardiff Business Event

Ysgol Y Ddraig form partnership with local business in coding competition Year 5 pupils at Ysgol Y Ddraig in Llantwit Major have taken part in a ‘V-Factor’ coding competition to design their very own computer games. The winners are due to present their games at the Introbiz Expo at Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena (2nd November), Wales’ […]

Facebook: What does it mean if you’re B2B?

Facebook is another potential channel to reach your customers or prospects (or employees)… so the answer lies in whether these people are engaged with Facebook more so than any other social media channel. If you decide ‘yes’ then you need to then make sure you have access to content and the resource to manage this […]

How Do You Draft Award-winning Copy?

As we approach award season – across various sectors – we are beginning to prepare entries for our clients, but just how do you draft award-winning copy? Stick to the word count This might seem obvious, but it’s very important. I have lost count of the number of times I have drafted an award entry […]

The TMPR Guide to Strong Media Relations

The new media revolution has placed more of an emphasis on digital PR in recent years, however, that’s not to say that traditional media relations is less important. Whether your news is good or bad, having a solid relationship with your core media can really make a difference. Here is TMPR’s guide to strong media […]

How to Create Powerful Case Studies & Testimonials

Potential customers and clients want to know that your company has clients who are completely satisfied. This supports the notion that your company offers quality products, expert services, and exceptional customer support.   This evidence often comes in the form of testimonials and case studies, both of which have an important place in your marketing […]

How to Get the Most From Your Agency

When you first engage with a PR agency it is vital that both parties agree upfront what is expected from each other and what success looks like.Here are few pointers to keep in mind:   Communication is a two-way thing Your PR team needs input from all levels of your business in order to make […]

The TMPR Guide to Digital PR

As technology continues to advance, particularly mobile and smart phone devices, the divide between digital and ‘traditional’ PR continues to shrink at a rapid pace.   Any potential customer is almost certain to make a web search their first port of call when researching a supplier and your company’s digital footprint is there for all […]