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Every now and then, a job comes along which makes us think: “Wow, this is big!” One such job has finally come to fruition, as Arch Communications’ director Matt Youdale explains.
We often get asked if PR really can have that much of an impact. Yes, it certainly can! Look at this fantastic example we’ve received only today.
We’re always being asked to explain what PR and marketing is all about and how to be successful at it. So we’ve developed a new training package to do just that – and you’re invited!
Arch Communications has been happy to offer a work placement to student Carl White, who’s keen on a career in PR. Here, he reflects on the “experience”.
Arch Communications is proud to be part of a fantastic scheme called ProHelp. It gives charities and community groups free access to expertise (including ours!) which they couldn’t otherwise afford. But now ProHelp needs help of its own.
Life is constantly shaped by the people we come across, writes Arch Communications’ Sarah Newall. The fun often begins when folk unexpectedly pop their heads around the door and steer us up an unlikely path for a bit.
At Arch Communications, we believe in good causes. So a pioneering charity-led scheme at Trent Bridge which we helped to make happen is now being adopted by all of England’s top cricket venues.
Sometimes we get asked if media coverage can ever make a meaningful difference. Our clients will tell you that yes, it does – as long as you get it right.
Ellen Rayns has been an intern at Arch Communications for a month now. Here, she shares what it’s like to be the newest member of the Arch Comms team.