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Neo PR is a new breed of B2B technology PR in a digital age. Based in Buckinghamshire and Surrey and specialising in the technology sector, Neo PR delivers PR outreach campaigns that are content-rich with relevant and meaningful messages that resonate and start a conversation.
With an experienced team that develops, manages and executes local, national and international PR campaigns, Neo PR works in close partnership with clients as an extension of their sales and marketing departments to deliver maximum value and high-quality content that makes an impact.
Verney Junction, Buckingham, MK18 2LB.
9-10 Upper Church Lane, Farnham, GU9 7PW.
+44 (0) 1296 733 867
prworks@neopr.co.uk
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Paris, Prosecco and PR

Earlier this month I headed to St Pancras to follow our client Manhattan Associates on the Eurostar to Paris. They were getting ready to host their annual European customer event, Manhattan Exchange, and it was my job to look after the journalists and the Manhattan Associates Twitter feed....

How to create a great LinkedIn profile

As the most extensive professional network on the planet, getting your profile to stand out against the other 500 million LinkedIn users is the tricky part. We’ve already told you why your company should be on LinkedIn, but do we really need to tell you that you need to be on the professional platform?...

Striking the perfect PR balance

It has been said often enough that when it comes to PR, no day is the same. From having a sudden influx of journalist calls, to reacting to breaking industry news, it’s certainly a juggling act. Yet, what hasn’t been as well documented is the careful planning that goes on behind the scenes of a PR...

Are your staff supporting your social media strategy?

Whilst companies are beginning to get to grips with their social media presences, staff members are still scarcely encouraged to support these strategies themselves. But why not? Studies have shown that employees are able to post, tweet and pin yet still perform at optimum levels; there is even evidence to suggest that social-media savvy staff are actually...