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Media relations lies at the heart of who we are and what we do. Our team has strong, established relationships with journalists from sector correspondents and market commentators on national, international and regional media through to specialist trade titles, meaning we can help enhance your visibility across a variety of publications and broadcast platforms.

We adopt a highly proactive approach to media relations, engaging with journalists on a regular basis to keep them abreast of our clients’ developments. We carve out a compelling narrative from our clients’ positive updates and actively pitch the story to the right people and to suitable publications.

Additionally, as a result of the decades of experience we’ve collectively accumulated in the communications industry, we are regularly approached by key journalists who associate us with pointing them in the direction of the stories they’re looking for.

We also keep up to date with the journalists’ current topics of interest and the features they’re working on, so we can tailor the news we send. We will arrange regular one-to-one meetings, and site visits where applicable, based on this symbiotic dialogue.

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The Tumultuous UK Rental Market

The cost-of-living crisis has engulfed the UK and has been at the centre of the news agenda since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022.
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Cornish Metals – Opening of Water Treatment Plant at South Crofty

In October, Cornish Metals officially opened the Water Treatment Plant at the South Crofty Tin Project, marking the commencement of dewatering the mine. This is an important milestone for the continued advancement of the Project towards an investment decision. The opening event was attended by local politicians, members of the community, contractors, service providers and […]
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What China’s Slowdown Means for the World

At the beginning of 2023, the outlook for the Chinese economy was positive. With the zero-covid policy abandoned, tourists and domestic consumers had free reign to push the economy back to pre-covid levels. However, in October of this year, China exported 6.4% less compared to the same period last year, according to the nation’s customs […]
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