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TECHNOLOGY PR & SOCIAL MEDIA B2B

Client Coverage Highlights

  • As food waste levels rise we ask the foodservice industry what initiatives they’re imposing to lower it
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  • Descartes’ route planning system 'pays for itself after six months', says Ontex
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  • In Practice: how collaboration can foster innovation
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A different sort of PR

Neo PR was founded on the premise that high-quality, high-volume media coverage doesn’t need to come with a ‘capital’ price tag.

Our campaigns are centred around thought leadership and positioning you as an industry leader. We will work with you to generate content and make sure you never run out of things to say to the market and to your prospects.

 

Neo's Blog

Neo in the news: GDPR, collaboration, and creating change

At Neo PR, we don’t just do PR for our clients, we also do it for ourselves. Through a mixture of targeted, proactive responses, thought...

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We’re an SME Culture Leader!

Culture is a huge part of who we are at Neo PR and it’s something we have worked hard on. We’re known for our unique...

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Five signs you love your job

I’ve had many jobs in my time from working behind the deli counter in my local store and promoting nightclub’s to managing internal communications –...

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Bringing it home: Getting involved with the World Cup

This year’s World Cup has proven that it’s not just Eastenders that everyone is talking about. The England v Colombia match which saw England make...

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How to make the most of a trade show

Trade shows are not only great opportunities to showcase your businesses products and/or services to key customers; they can also be a fantastic platform to...

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Five ways to stay productive on your commute to work

We’ve all been there: unexpected traffic, train delays, roadworks or a tractor that slows your journey right down (working in a countryside office means that...

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