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Rise PR
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A freelance PR agency that works with technology, startups, marketing and B2C organisations.
A freelance PR agency that works with technology, startups, marketing and B2C organisations.

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One of our favourite PR programmes - idea management start-up, Wazoku 

http://risepr.co.uk/case-studies/wazoku/28

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What's new? The Rise PR website, that's what new.

http://risepr.co.uk/

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Rise PR blog - 'why the virtual PR agency model works'

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Why ninjas and wizards are bad news - Rise PR blog on the rise of spectacularly silly job titles

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It has been three years since I moved to the south coast, taking my freelance PR business with me.  It has been an incredible few years, both personally and professionally, and felt like a good time to take stock of what is good (and less good, coming in a later blog) about being my own boss....

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Helping to PR the PR Industry - why I'm joining the CIPR

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Love the sound of the new Spotify social functionality, great for recommendingn and discovering new music.

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INteresting appointments, CL especially comes with a strong reputation

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Excellently handled. But what on earth were those morons demonstrating against!?
A York mosque dealt with a potentially volatile situation after reports that it was going to be the focus of a demonstration organised by a far-right street protest movement - by inviting those taking part in the protest in for tea and biscuits.

Around half a dozen people arrived for the protest, promoted online by supporters of the EDL. A St George's flag was nailed to the wooden fence in front of the mosque.

http://gu.com/p/3g64j

Photograph: Ann Czernik for the Guardian
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Can't believe these PR formulas are still getting coverage! any old scientist / mathematican for hire will seemingly endorse any old nonsense
A mathematician claims to have devised a formula to create the perfect cream tea. 

Read what his research uncovered here:
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