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 agencies. 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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How To Get A Job In B2B PR

If you’re looking to take your first step onto the PR career ladder, you’ve hopefully already got an idea (no matter how vague) of the area you’re interested in. If you’ve chosen B2B PR, congratulations! You’re going to join a very select club of PR professionals, who are as proud of their ability to write [...]

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Google to restructure under Alphabet

We woke up to a surprising announcement this morning. Tech giant and household name, Google, is to restructure creating a new parent company called Alphabet. Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin broke the news in an official blog post, in which they reiterated that “Google is not a conventional company. We do not intend [...]

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The Revealing Media Reaction To The Swift-Minaj Twitter ‘Debate’

It seems that no matter what stance you take on the Taylor Swift-Nicki Minaj exchange, someone has a counter-opinion to show that your argument is racist, anti-feminist or in some way unbalanced. In light of this, the media reaction was always going to be interesting – when the media must be seen to be fair [...]

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FA Scores an Own Goal

Poor James Callow. Did he have any idea that a simple desire to set the scene for the poignant homecoming of the women’s England football team would cause so much trouble? On Monday he tweeted from the Football Association’s account an unfortunate and seemingly sexist post that has been widely criticised in the past few [...]