Chris Rock gives Girl Scouts a seriously sweet PR moment at The Oscars

After deciding to stick with the gig, Chris Rock delivered an epic opening speech at this year’s ‘White People’s Choice Awards’ (aka The Oscars). He addressed the elephant in the room and led the charge for greater diversity in the film industry. But, people weren’t prepared to hear about another cause close to his heart […]

Gü’s #GetSingle campaign has a technical melt down

Holidays, days out and dinners are fantastic experiences… unless it’s just for one person. In fact, the only thing I can get away with solo, without fear of being judged, are taxis. Even then, it’s good to have a quick chat with the driver. It’s not that I’m afraid of being surrounded by couples, I […]

Chill out! BGT and Nando’s accused of getting people hot under the collar

Is it me, or are people losing their nerve?  After the Britain’s Got Talent grand final on Sunday, Ofcom and ITV started the working week with almost 200 complaints aimed at judges Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon for their flesh-led wardrobe.  It was all “Too much cleavage for a family show” and “It’s not appropriate attire pre-Watershed.” Ridiculous! Unless […]

Guest blog: Facebook’s hidden feature that (most) brands are missing out on

As Prime Time goes through its terrible twos, I need a ‘baby sitter’ every once in a while and I’m pleased to announce that Garth Beyer, Madison-based writer and Public Relations Strategist, has taken over this week. Focused on telling stories, running through trend-making PR strategies and trying new things in life, he puts his trust in […]

How Decoded is on a mission to make everyone feel comfortable with coding

I don’t tend to make a habit of being in Central London before 9am on a Saturday, but I chose to break my own rules as part of my quest on learning how to code. International technology school Decoded has generated a bit of a buzz in recent months. From Brand Republic‘s Editor in Chief […]