The key numbers you need to know for Men’s Health Week

Numbers are all around us. From the fastest lap at last weekend’s Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix to how many Tory leadership candidates are still in the running, to everyday calculations such as working out how much lunch costs. With the theme for this year’s Men’s Health Week focussing on ‘health by numbers’, it’s vital […]

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Talking about mental health – and why it’s not as easy as you think

With #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek coming up (13th – 19th May), people are sharing their stories of their struggles and how they cope with these on a day-to-day basis. While it’s great that society is gradually getting to a stage where people feel they can be honest about their mental health difficulties, there’s still more we can do […]

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Sharing’s caring

“But how could you live and have no story to tell?” Fyodor Dostoevsky. As we are in the business of telling stories, I thought we’d tip our hat this May to “National Share a Story Month”. Ok, it’s an initiative run by the Federation of Childrens Book Groups (FCBG) and is designed to encourage reading […]

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219 million people with Malaria per year but the silence is deafening

Malaria has been a burden on the global population for decades and yet, there is a lot of white noise surrounding the ‘golden nugget’ which could, solve the malaria mortality rate without much empirical action. The bottom line is, more needs to be done and we cannot and mustn’t, continue to rely on celebrities with […]

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SEO – The Unsung Hero of Online Business

Montpellier Creative Director and SEO expert Roger Taylor spills the beans on everything SEO Written by: Kate Nodwell, Montpellier Public Relations   Search engine optimisation (SEO) is an important tool for any business. This is the tool that drives traffic to your website which boosts brand recognition, gains you credibility and can increases your sales. […]

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Is Print Media Dying?

By: Kate Nodwell, Montpellier Public Relations Print media was once the main pipeline of information to the world. Daily papers would send information flowing into households and business people would flip through pages and pages of news until their fingers were black from ink. But just as computers pushed out typewriters and cell phones pushed […]

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Moving pictures…

Video didn’t kill anyone, it re-invented marketing communications!   Make sure you’re not left standing still and miss the opportunity that video offers in terms of engaging with prospects and decision-makers, argues Steve Thomas, Montpellier’s Head of Audio Visual Communications www.montpellierintegrated.com/tv/ What is all this fuss about video? There may be some that have sheltered from the […]

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The rise of the Chinese, Western inspired brand…

  The rise of the Chinese, Western inspired brand… Montpellier’s creative director, Roger Taylor, who has a long working relationship with China, has been looking at branding Chinese-style from the inside out. He writes in this latest blog that the days of Chairman Mao’s Little Red Book and productivity posters extolling the Cultural Revolution have […]

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10 Minutes with Guy

We spent 10 minutes catching up with Guy Woodcock, founder and CEO of Montpellier. In a year of back to back assignments in places as varied and different as Tanzania, Germany’s Swabia and Scandinavia, he reflects on a watershed year for his longstanding PRCA member firm in beautiful Cheltenham.   How’s this year been for […]

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