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Why my Internship at Cirkle is Different

I applied for an internship at Cirkle on a whim, and I knew I wanted to work for this company, they looked great. Turns out, they had plans for two interns during the summer as part of an inaugural internship programme… miracles do happen; I managed to get an interview! I was interviewed by Rikki

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Montana Brown, Intern  •  18th Jul 16

The Life of an Intern

This summer saw me start a new chapter in my life; I started my very first internship at the multi award winning agency, Cirkle. This internship scheme is a first for Cirkle too and I couldn’t be prouder to be involved with the brand new ‘Experience in the Round’ scheme they’ve launched. My first month

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Nadia Smith, Intern  •  14th Jul 16

The Roaring Lions of 2016

Often dubbed the ‘Oscars of the Advertising World’, Cannes Lions is in full swing for its 63rd year and whilst I’m not guzzling lashings of Rosé and partying on the beach in the sunshine, I am loving lapping up what’s on the agenda. As usual it seems that surrounding the fanfare of the Palais, where

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Jodie Gee, Account Director  •  24th Jun 16

Cancer CAN be beaten

Yesterday the UK said good bye to another British national treasure, Victoria Wood. The cause: cancer. A BBC Radio 4 survey last weekend announced that between January and March this year an astounding 24 celebrities passed away, a figure significantly higher than 2014 and 2015 combined. …Alan Rickman – taken by pancreatic cancer… …Sir Terry

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Why you shouldn’t be a BRIDEZILLA if you work in PR!

Some girls dream of getting married from a young age and others don’t, I was definitely someone who wasn’t fussed. I knew I’d like to one day, but had not planned the whole entire wedding from start to finish way before I even had a boyfriend. So the question gets asked and you either say

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Laura Wickham, Account Manager  •  10th Feb 16

16 for ’16: Key Trends PRs Should Know About

Last week’s PRCA trends briefing saw sixteen recommendations for great communications in 2016 from some of the PRCA’s senior members. My initial response, thank goodness it’s not 2025 or decades later because 16 trends in itself is quite something to digest but digging into the detail there are four key trends which I feel most

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Is it too late now to say sorry?

With two thirds of all PR professionals in the UK being female (House of Commons report Women in Public Life, the Professions and the Boardroom – 2014) you would think that as a gender we actually know how to communicate. Whether it’s with clients, suppliers, our peers, journalists or the people running the local sandwich

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Laura Oakley, Account Director  •  20th Jan 16

PR Week Best Campaigns 2015

Given Cirkle made FINALIST for mid-sized agency of the year and best integrated campaign with Mr Kipling, ‘Life’s Better with Cake’, we’ve had a particularly close eye on the winners and runners up from this year’s PR Week Awards and we were delighted to attend an inspiring morning celebrating the best PR campaigns of 2015

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Short-termism vs Long-termism

In my capacity as Chairman of the PRCA’s Consumer Group, I was delighted to run a lively debate at Karmarama’s offices last week, which asked the question ‘Can consumer PR work as effectively as a short term tactic as it does a long term one?’ Our high profile panel comprised my Vice-Chairman Joan O’Connor (PR

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