Unapologetic Adidas stands up for LGBT rights

2016 is the year of diversity. Or is it? The buzzword on everyone’s lips, we’ve already gone through the painful process of watching Oscars President Cheryl Boone Isaacs look nervous as an all-white cast of actors swooped across nomination lists for an awards ceremony taking place during America’s Black History Month. For this to happen […]

Back to the Future Day: 21 October 2015

This Wednesday (21st October 2015) is the day that Marty McFly arrives in the future in Back to the Future Part II – no hoax. This year also marks the 30th anniversary of the first film, so it’s no surprise the media has dubbed the 21st: Back to the Future (BTTF) Day. Following a shaky […]

Our survey says… more please!

Welcome Prime Timers – to the first blog of the new year. If you’re struggling with the thought of the five-day working week, then this blog probably won’t help. I’m going to get underneath the skin of a recent survey and debate the PR-Journalist-Consumer relationship. That’s right folks, we’re exploring a three-way relationship. The Energy […]

Olympic crowds lift the athletes (and Nike treads softly)

Live from London 2012: I’m blogging from the weightlifting arena in the ExCeL tonight. I’ve been to many of the events held here in the past week, including judo and table tennis, but weightlifting has a particularly great atmosphere. If there’s any sporting discipline that depends on audience participation – it’s this. After all, 220kg […]

Oddbins rebels against the Olympics

Just three days before the Olympics’ opening ceremony, wine merchant Oddbins has launched a rebellion campaign against the Games’ top tier sponsors. The company, which has 35 stores throughout the country, is planning a counter-strike over the next three weeks – accompanied by campaign posters making consumers feel at home by wearing their ‘outlawed Olympics […]

Serena lets the alligator out of the bag

Five-times Wimbledon Champion Serena Williams has instilled fear into LOCOG and its sponsors by doing the one thing at Wimbledon that it can’t control at the forthcoming Olympics Games – bringing non sponsored brands into the stadiums. Serena ignored the All England Lawn Tennis Club rules throughout the two-week tournament – that clearly stated that players are […]