Lights! Camera! Action! We’re in the movie business

cinemaWe have long been renowned for our excellent work in the worlds of sport, education and business; but now we’re in the movies too!

While we continue to work across a range of sectors, helping clients develop and communicate their messages through publications, social media, event management, PR and more, film is our newest and fastest-growing field.
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Social media – Rhinos show how to win when you lose

JOB2089W0791Guest post by James Gordon of JDG Media Ltd, Sports content provider and publisher.

Running a sport club’s social media channels is easy after a win.  It’s what you do after a loss that matters most.
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Social media has made us all publishers, but not fact-checkers

churchill quoteSocial media has succeeded in making us all publishers, but sadly too few of us are fact-checkers – the rise of the phoney meme is evidence of that. Continue reading

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Women’s sport – it’s serious, but we’re glad it’s still fun

NWC 15 aWomen’s sport seems to have hit new heights – in Britain at least – in 2015.
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Jeremy Corbyn and the value of authenticity in PR

CorbynThis post was written by a (non-Labour supporting) member of the Weltch Media team in August 2015, during the campaign for the leadership of the party.

Jeremy Corbyn, pictured, is currently [Aug 2015] providing the biggest shakeup to the Labour Party since the creation of New Labour in the 1990s.
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Community tennis on the charge in Wales

IMG_9580 P Drew 2013 comp cropGuest post by Peter Drew
CEO – Tennis Wales

With Wimbledon on the horizon once again it always brings out the discussion about tennis being an overly elitist and expensive sport in Wales and in Britain, and the governing bodies of tennis not doing enough to challenge this situation to make tennis a more open and accessible sport across the community.
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Dakar feat shows EVs are not just for cities

acciona-dakarIf you think electric vehicles (EVs) are just for puttering around town (slowly), you haven’t been paying attention.

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