Archive | May, 2008

Music industry PR – who would have thought it

Those of you who know me well will perhaps be surprised by Wolfstar’s latest account win – dance music DJ and producer Chris Lake. In my 20+ years in the public relations industry I’ve handle a massive variety of clients,…

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Don’t Panic Guide to Social Media Conference

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Come back GNER, all is forgiven

A short while ago Simon Collister asked me on Twitter what I thought of booking tickets with National Express East Coast, compared to its predecessor GNER. The title of the post, should give you a clue. I can’t recall the…

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Alistair Darling and Gordon Brown bottom of popularity stakes for Labour activists

LabourHome has published its first grassroots survey of Labour Party activists views on cabinet ministers. I thought it would be interesting to compare it to my Iain Dale list comparing Labour cabinet ministers with their Tory shadows. The first thing…

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Small Business and Government: The Richard Report

This morning I caught the tail end of an interview with Doug Richard (the serial entrepreneur of Dragon’s Den fame). He was talking about how government support for small business was woefully inadequate, if not downright damaging. I found myself…

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Iain Dale’s Brown v. Cameron – who has the better team?

Iain Dale follows up one of Gordon Brown’s interviews this morning by asking readers to comment on who has the better team. It’s a good question and one that’s very telling when you go through it one by one: Gordon…

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