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Case Studies

BAE Systems

An integrated communications and engagement programme was undertaken by BAE Systems to help secure unanimous approval for outline planning consent for 2,500 new homes development.

Bosch

A Connecting Communities campaign helped Bosch raise awareness of its telehealth division in the UK.

Circadian Trust

Circadian Trust is using PR to position itself as an exemplar social enterprise model for delivering leisure services.

Clarke Willmott

National law firm Clarke Willmott wanted to position their leading experts as commentators in the national media. Significant exposure was gained across mainstream national media channels including the likes of the FT, Sky Business news, BBC Breakfast and the Today programme.

Colston Hall

Colston Hall has embedded an integrated PR and political engagement programme to raise £45m for the transformation of the venue into a national centre of entertainment, education and enterprise.

Connecting Devon & Somerset

The UK's largest superfast broadband delivery programme, Connecting Devon & Somerset, has required a communications programme that provides regular and open dialogue to local communities and supports the reputation of the local authorities behind the programme.

Empower: Access to Medicine

A politically led campaign for Empower Access to Medicine led to the new Earlier Access scheme being introduced by the Government, enabling people with serious and life threatening conditions to have quicker access to medical drugs.

Expense Reduction Analysts

The brief set by Expense Reduction Analysts was to establish the brand amongst the boards of medium to large corporates in the UK. Significant media coverage in the national media and engagement with key decision makers was achieved.

Gateway2Growth

The Gateway2Growth campaign has lobbied Government for a new junction on the M4 to ease congestion in North Bristol and the wider region. It has gained the support of the Government and an initial half a million pounds for a feasibility study.

Go Ultra Low West

An integrated communications campaign helped the West of England's four local authorities secure £7m funding from the Office of Low Emission Vehicles to invest in the roll out of electric vehicles and associated infrastructure.

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