PR.

We are a Top 100, Midlands-based PR consultancy that is famed for getting clients talked about by the people who matter most.  It is thanks to the conversations we create – and the ways that we influence buyer behaviour – that we are now one of the most recommended and award winning PR agencies in the UK.


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Digital.

WPR is one of the country’s leading social media companies. We establish a client’s online footprint and then devise strategies to improve it. Ultimately, we create compelling reasons for people to engage with brands online – and we make brands easier for potential customers to find.


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Creative.

We help brands to tell their story in the best way possible.  Whatever a business wants to say, we help them to say it – through effective, creative strategies that are perfectly packaged.


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Should The Horror of War Sell Christmas?

The Sainsbury’s advert has, according to the Telegraph, “upped the ante in the seasonal adverts battle”, but I found myself feeling more troubled than touched on first watching it yesterday. Yes, John Lewis evokes a reaction from us just like Sainsbury’s, and yes this is used to boost sales (see my previous blog, John Lewis: [...]

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John Lewis: Making the Nation Cry and Buy

Oh, the John Lewis advert. It has become as much a national institution as Glastonbury or the Queen’s speech, and cold is the heart that doesn’t melt on viewing the devoted snowman or diligent hare.   Everything about the new advert is perfect: from the calculated cuteness of the penguin waddling after his human friend [...]

Weekends - Reality

Why we’re all guilty of ‘weekendvy.’

‘Weekendvy’ is a latest term to be coined by Travelodge following the revelation that one in three of us is likely to embellish the truth about our weekend antics to impress friends and colleagues. The most popular lie is that we went out and painted the town red on Saturday night, rather than what we [...]

Instagram launches sponsored posts

Instagram moves to the dark side of advertising

  It’s been speculated for months, but it’s now official, Instagram has launched brand advertising in the UK. A sponsored post from Instagram itself appeared in UK user’s newsfeeds earlier this week launching the platform’s advertising offering. Sponsored posts will now start appearing from Instagram favourites such as Cadbury, Starbucks, Waitrose and Rimmel London. Users [...]