New Global Chairman appointed to PROI


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KISS is delighted to welcome Richard Tsang as the new Global Chairman of PROI Worldwide. The PROI is the world’s largest partnership of independent integrated communications agencies.  Its network spans 110 cities in 50+ countries, servicing over 6,300+ clients around the globe.  With our technology, science and education sector focus, KISS was invited to join in …


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Data specialists appoint KISS


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PhixFlow, a company that specialises in helping organisations improve their business processes and workflow, has appointed us as its PR agency. With data playing a huge role in any business, companies such as PhixFlow are becoming increasingly important in helping organisations – both large and small – automate common business processes and improving workflow. We …


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Leicester City Kept It Simple, Stupid


KISS’s armchair football pundit, Alex Larkinson, wonders what PR can learn from the greatest achievement in the history of the game. And with that, Leicester City are the champions of English football. What had been fantasy from the moment they first ascended to the top of the Premier League table to the seconds before the …


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Blogger outreach – do’s and don’ts


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Our Senior Account Executive, Meredith has in-depth experience of running blogger engagement programmes at KISS.  Here she shares her top tips for blogger etiquette. Blogger outreach is arguably one of the most powerful tools in PR. Its ability to reach target audiences on a large scale is invaluable for any B2C media relations campaign. The …


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Future shock


future shock

Way back in 1970, the futurist and author Alvin Toffler wrote his seminal book on the effects of rapid change on people and societies. I’m among the over 6 million that bought it, and its ideas have stayed with me ever since. Toffler believed that the constantly accelerating rate of structural change in society was, …


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The vital role of Internal Communications


Role of internal comms

Companies invest a great deal of resource in communicating with their customers but many forget to include one of their most important stakeholders: their employees. Internal communications is the central nervous system of any organisation, creating a strong alignment between goals, plans and strategies and employees. Put simply, it acts as the middleman between employer …


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