• Keeping up a JPR tradition

    Keeping up a JPR tradition

    At JPR, the Chartered Institute of PR is in our blood. All of our team are members of the CIPR and all are participating its Continuous Professional Development Scheme. In our team, we have three former CIPR Northern Ireland Chairman and three CIPR Fellows. We had someone from the company on the CIPR Northern Ireland committee for something like 20 years, almost continuously, in the 1990s and 2000s.

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  • We've added an Iron Man to our team...
  • Guide for PR practitioners when using social media
  • The Digital PR Report

    The Digital PR Report

    We’ve just joinned the PRCA to add to our long-time, close involvement with CIPR. In exploring the PRCA’s resources, I came upon its Digital PR Report 2013 which was recently published in partnership with The Holmes Report and YouGov.

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  • Digital by default: major changes in government communications...
  • Why PR is important for penguin...
  • Social media examples you need to see...
  • Don't bring me stories, bring me geeks

    Don't bring me stories, bring me geeks

    I had the pleasure of attending a great event last night organised by PRmoment. I was in London for another reason (at the CIPR) but it was a bonus to be able to also squeeze in PRmoment’s first two speakers before I rushed to Gatwick for a flight home.

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  • How to irritate a journalist

    How to irritate a journalist

    Journalists are busy people. They very much appreciate PR practitioners who help them do their job. And they get extremely irritated by those who annoy them or hold them back. For PR people who want to stay in a journalist’s good books, here is a list of things you will definitely want to avoid doing, but which we are told by journalists that some PR people so often do:

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  • Does PR need more geeks?

    Does PR need more geeks?

    The PR Moment blog has a great sounding event in London this week. It will ask the question ‘Does PR need more geeks?’

    Speakers will include Mark Borkowski, founder of, and Alex Aiken, Executive Director, UK Government Communications.

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