PR News

Trimedia Wins PR Agency of The Year Award at European Excellence Awards

2009-01-11 by Richard D. Pace
Trimedia International Logo

Birmingham based PR agency Trimedia won the Agency of the Year award at European Execellence Awards 2008, in Budapest. Trimedia triumphed over names like Edelman, Weber Shandwick and others. The best campaign of the year award went to Aldi Stores UK: ALdi’s Amazing Hope in a Jar with Kavanagh Communications. Trimedia’s campaigns were nominated in other three categories including health (GlaxoSmithKline: Snorers Sleep In); entertainment and culture (Solvalla: Framtidens Mötesplats - The Venue Of the Future); ecology and environment (WRAP: Love Food Hate Waste and Coca-Cola GB: Coke Can Creations) ; government agencies and parties (The Austrian Federal Ministry for... Read More >

Good Public Relations Is Not About Sales

2009-01-09 by Richard D. Pace
Art of Public Relations

Public relations is one of the most important functions of any business obviously. I know, some businessmen might initially have a reaction of; “Who can afford those guys?” especially if they operate a small business. However, public relations is about just this, relating to the public. It is what businesses do whether for themselves (in house), or in retaining experts to do it for them. Reaching the public is not something that an entrepreneur can opt out of, so the key to PR is in the proper valuation of firms and their compatibility with a client. This profession and the... Read More >

Environics Communications: Launches Sustainability and Clean Energy

2009-01-07 by Richard D. Pace
Environics Communications

North American public relations agency Environics Communications has launched a new practice. Sustainability and Clean Energy practice will be led by Frank Walter. The practice will provide public relations counsel to environment aware customers who market alternative sources of clean energy for consumers and industry. Clients list includes CSA International, Electric Drive Transportation Association, Chevrolet Volt electric car, Xerox and many others. The agency has worked intensively with companies and nonprofits on recycling and packaging programs; foresting and wildlife preservation; wind energy, alternative energy sources; sustainable energy planning; and clean technology programs. Last but not least, Environics was the first... Read More >

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