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London based, The PR Office is one of the UK’s top 150 PR agencies (PR Week 2016) with a thriving business working across the Corporate & Professional Services, Financial Communication & IR and Community & Not for Profit sectors. Since we launched in 2004, the company has grown organically, expanding considerably whilst continuing to adhere to the boutique agency mentality, which benefits our clients and is part of what attracts new recruits to want to work with us. Whether launching a report, raising awareness of an issue, handling a crisis, attracting investors, boosting a partner’s profile, engaging with industry influencers or organising an event, you can rely on us to produce imaginative, creative campaigns that stand out in a crowded and competitive sector. Areas in which we provide communications support include: media relations, investor relations, public affairs, stakeholder engagement, corporate positioning, crisis communications, campaign management, message development and SEO & digital strategy. And, we believe there is no one-size fits all programme. Clients get a dedicated team with experts that match its requirements, made possible by the make-up of our team which includes experts with backgrounds in business, law, financial services, natural resources, real estate, politics and voluntary & community sector work. Our hybrid of skills and experience ensures that we each bring something unique and specialist to the work we do.

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Putting the 'I' into crisis communications

It has been a fraught weekend for Londoners, with the news that Uber's license to operate in the capital has been revoked. This has...

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Clarks out of step with national mood

Clarks has once again come under fire for girls' shoes named 'Dolly Babe' while boys' shoes included the name 'Leader'.

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Google's left searching for gender balance

Google was forced to continue fighting off the backlash from the leak of a controversial internal memo last weekend, after it emerged it...

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