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Do you have an Identity Crisis?

    Sixth in the ‘Limetree PR Turns 10’ series is Identity Crisis? This film shares my thoughts on identity, logo and brand.  Your logo may be one of the first identifying features potential customers will spot relating to your company or organisation.  It says a lot about your brand and the way you use it; it may be the first impression people make of you on social media too. Making the film Identity Crisis was filmed in the beautifully restored George Street Chapel at the end of a networking event. You will notice that everyone is having a great time due to the noise level!  I make no apologies for this!  This is real life, a small window into the life of a PR professional! If you look closely you may spot people you know or even yourself! Thanking clients is great PR I have to make a special mention and say a big thank you to one of my clients Stephanie Doherty, Managing Director of CareMark, Oldham for being willing to share her...
I’ve been shortlisted for a PR Award!

I’ve been shortlisted for a PR Award!

I’ve been Shortlisted for CIPR Outstanding Independent Practitioner for the North West region. Woo! Hoo! I will be kept in suspense until November though, when the highly prestigious award ceremony will be held at The Principal Hotel in Manchester. It is a tense occasion when the great and the good of the PR world will be present, competing against each other for the top prizes. The CIPR North West region is one of the largest outside of London boasting a healthy membership and is a key region for PR activity outside of London. CIPR North West region includes the counties of Cumbria, Merseyside, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Cheshire so be shortlisted amongst these is really exciting. CIPR Membership I joined the CIPR back in 2001, then 10 years later was voted onto the CIPR North West committee. One of my commitments on the committee is to encourage other PR companies, agencies and in-house practitioners to apply for the annual awards, of which there are numerous categories. I’m always on the lookout for competitions and encouraging my own clients to enter awards so this year I’ve submitted an entry myself and am through to the final! My submission will have been marked by a panel of independent judges outside the North West region with the shortlisting being announced on social media a few weeks later. Independent Practitioners provide great value I often say you don’t need to use a big city centre PR agency to gain the best PR support and this shortlisting is proof of that too! Being recognised as an award finalist or winner clearly demonstrates the value...