After tennis player Andy Murray won the US Open Men's Singles, his first Grand Slam title, Stirling Council wanted to organise a homecoming celebration.
October 2012 marked the 25th anniversary of the Great Storm, which hit the south of England causing widespread damage and disruption. Although a storm was forecast, its strength and track were not well advised to the public, with comms from the Met Office rated as poor.
Edinburgh venue the Assembly Rooms had been undergoing major refurbishment for 18 months. It hired CM Porter Novelli to publicise its reopening in July.
26 Oct 2012
Following the death of toddlers Emily Warner and Arthur Winfield, who had become tangled in blind cords, the Hertfordshire Safeguarding Children Board launched a campaign to warn of the dangers of looped cords.
23 Oct 2012
The deadline is looming for public sector PROs to submit their work and ahead of an upcoming CIPR
Following the launch of a poorly received recycling service, Stockport Council wanted to educate residents about recycling and improve the service's image.
01 Oct 2012
| by Alex Aiken
The news that Nottinghamshire is making a major effort to connect its communities to the web should serve as the cue for public service PROs to redouble their efforts in bridging the digital divide.
01 Aug 2012
| by Kate Magee
On 1 April, Cambridgeshire Constabulary was due to turn off its 0345 non-emergency number and only use the national single non-emergency number (SNEN) - 101. The force anticipated more calls to the police service centre (PSC), so it launched a campaign to explain 101's purpose.
01 Jun 2012
| by John Owens
Milk4childminders, a firm that delivers free milk to children who are in the care of registered childminders, enlisted Lava to devise and implement an online campaign aimed at strengthening relations with its existing clients and attracting new customers.
17 May 2012
Royal Mail launched the most ambitious Christmas comms programme undertaken by the group, targeted at media, customers, stakeholders and employees.