Top UK PR agency, Just In Time PR, is hiring once again. This time we’re looking for a General Dogsbody for Tea Duties and a host of other mindless tasks. Your middle name will be ‘short straw’. Ideal Candidate So what are we looking for? The ideal candidate will have: A natural ability to lie and […]
What do we do here at Just In Time PR? We stick companies in the news, that’s what. We’re the best goddam PR agency in town, too. Well Cinderford anyway. This morning we slam-dunked retail guru, James McGregor, into the Financial Times and Torygraph on the back of the Next results. Here’s what happened: 6:59am: PR […]
PR Clinic: public relations Agony Uncle, Dominic Hiatt, gives Crisis Management advice to UK businesses Dear Dominic, I’m the CEO of a FTSE 100 company and am facing a spectacular shit-storm. A few weeks ago the wife sent me around to her recently divorced sister’s house to put up some shelves. When I arrived, the sister […]
More #shitejournalism today, and this time from the online news desk at the BBC. Some guy gets arseholed on a plane on the other side of the world and wants to French kiss the pilot, or nut him. Either way, he ain’t tooled up and his feet aren’t on fire. Nut chutney It’s quickly evident that this […]
The Prince of Wales has watched a bear do its business in the woods. The exact species of bear is unknown, but it was described by a member of the royal entourage as “boss-eyed and built like a brick shithouse”.
I’d say I’m a typical small business owner. I work my arse off, drink too much, am borderline bi-polar, and am always getting bollocked for being “preoccupied” when I’m spending time with the kids.
My networking day starts at around 6-6:30am when I roll over, break wind and place a perfunctory kiss on the wife’s lips. As if. She’s usually in bed with one of the kids because when I’ve been drinking, which is most nights, I apparently snore “like a bastard”.
MasterCard (or their pr agency, or both) must be £%$^^£% nuts. The email (see Press Gazette) that MasterCard have been sending to journalists ahead of the BRIT Awards is full-on PR suicide.