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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Latest Posts

Jeremy Clarkson

Jeremy Clarkson and the Cult of Celebrity

“There cannot be one rule for one and one rule for another dictated by either rank or commercial considerations.” So said BBC Director General Tony Hall yesterday, in the only acceptable outcome of the inquiry into Jeremy Clarkson’s behaviour. The BBC investigation found that Oisin Tymon was “subject to an unprovoked physical and verbal attack [...]

Public Accounts Committee chair Margaret Hodge

Speak for England, Margaret!

Margaret Hodge has been accused of being rude. She was. Margaret Hodge has been accused of being bullying. Possibly. Margaret Hodge has been accused of losing her rag. Definitely, and I envy her. In an age of carefully choreographed media appearances, this week’s grilling of HSBC bosses at the Public Accounts Committee translated into a [...]

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Oborne makes a stand for journalistic integrity

What do you do if you are a journalist and your editor refuses to cover a story because it has commercial implications for the paper? In Peter Oborne’s case you resign and you have to applaud him for it. If you’ve missed it, Oborne, Chief Political Commentator for the Daily Telegraph, resigned yesterday because of [...]

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The WPR Social Retention Report: how to prevent losing your hard-earned social media fans

The buzz around social networking has plateaued in the last 18 months. It’s not new anymore and even the latest networks coming to the fore aren’t offering much revolution. However, social media has firmly become part of our everyday lives. It is ingrained in our society and is not going away, although it is proving [...]