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Willow Training appoints Badger PR to support them in raising their local profile

Newport Pagnell based training consultancy has appointed Badger PR to produce a PR in a Jar pack aimed at raising awareness of their services.

Willow Training set up by Tracy Filler has a wide range of associates carefully selected to fulfil all their client’s needs. Tracy herself, with over 25 years experience in the recruitment industry,  has developed into a dynamic and intuitive trainer of the industry, offering a wealth of knowledge at Consultant, Manager and Director level.

Today Willow offers a multiple of one to one and group training courses all designed uniquely for each business to meet their short, mid and long term goals.

Becky Westaway, Founder and Director of Badger PR commented: “Willow is a great example of how small businesses are changing and adapting to meet the needs of businesses. We also no longer live in a world where ‘a one size fits all’ approach to training is suitable.

“The team and I are really excited to help Tracy and her associates leverage their unique qualities to raise awareness of their great services.”


Project includes launching the 2014 industry-leading LexisNexis Bellwether Report

Business of Law, the LexisNexis owned legal blog and online community, has appointed London-based agencies MONK and Badger PR to join forces on the platform’s 2014 marketing strategy.

Established as a leading authority on legal, tax and business solutions, LexisNexis currently delivers services to over 60,000 organisations in the UK, helping practitioners be more productive in a changing and challenging legal environment.

With the company keen to focus on helping independent practitioners, MONK and Badger PR have been charged with revamping the Business of Law platform, which serves to support small and solo law practitioners around the UK.

The pair will also head-up the launch of the second annual LexisNexis Bellwether report, the leading piece of research into the UK law market that was first commissioned last year.

Matt Jones, Managing Director of MONK, said:

“The Business of Law campaign is the latest of many projects that MONK has been helping LexisNexis with and obviously we are proud that they are keen to continue our fantastic working relationship.

“Our efforts will be focused on producing a fantastic user experience for visitors to the Business of Law blog while driving subscriptions using teaser films and targeted online advertising.

 “The Bellwether report is obviously a defining piece of research and we will produce plenty of exciting content in order to further its reach and accessibility.”

Becky Westaway, Managing Director of Badger PR, said:

“We’re delighted to partner with both LexisNexis and MONK on this project and our appointment shows Badger PR’s growing reputation amongst industry-leading businesses.

“The Bellwether report is sure to produce a host of news-worthy content and we will be liaising with the relevant national and industry specific media to ensure it generates the coverage it deserves.

“We are also very much looking forward to helping progress the content and PR plan throughout the year to help cement The Business of Law as the support network for small practitioners in the UK.”

Badger PR wins Monk account

Badger PR has successfully been appointed to look after the press office for Monk, the creative and digital agency based in London.

Founded in 2011 with partners from award-winning ad agency land and client-side pastures, Monk has a simple mission: to creatively solve the most challenging problems that brands face by ‘Creating Believers’ in their products and services.

Since opening our doors they have grown and successfully planned, managed and executed national and global marketing initiatives for some of the biggest brands and organisations in the world.

The key to their success has been maintaining a focus in creating real value for their clients, surprising and delighting customers by creating campaigns with purpose, not over spending on budgets and always delivering a tangible ROI.

Badger PR will be offering strategic guidance on how to raise their profile and maximise the impact of their game-changing campaigns.

Base HR invests in PR in a Jar

Base HR has asked to work with Badger PR on a PR in a Jar project to look at their overall communications strategy.

Based in Northamptonshire, Base HR run by Alex Dicks, designs and delivers HR solutions so that business owners can focus on running their company. Working with all types of businesses from SMEs to world renowned brands, Alex Dicks and her team offer unique solutions that fit any issue and designed to fit in with their culture.

Badger PR’s PR in a Jar package will support the internal work their doing to enhance the brand and their communications, and teach them how to run their own press office without the need for a retained agency.

Badger PR wins Makers’ Eye PR in a Jar contract

Badger PR are pleased to announce the recent win of new client Makers’ Eye, bespoke furniture designers from the finest British designers.

Makers’ Eye was established in 2010 by top designer Tony Portus and gallery owner Ross Fenn, bringing together for the first time a selection of the greatest handmade furniture from leading British designer craftsmen.

Customers can either buy ready made pieces direct from the Makers’ Eye collections, have existing designs remade especially for them, or even commission their own bespoke piece from one of their designers.

Badger PR has been appointed to look at their overall communications strategy to tie in with the launch of their new website.


Badger PR appointed to help luxury dating agency stand out from the crowd

Bespoke, luxury dating agency The Picnic Project has appointed Badger PR to work on a six month project to help boost awareness of their brand.

The Picnic Project is a modern matchmaking service based in London. At the heart of their business is a private members’ club. We know all of our members personally and offer a bespoke dating service, including feedback and coaching, if desired, as well as invitations to exclusive events.

They currently offer annual memberships from £3,600 to £7,200 (including VAT).