What’s happening with the recruitment sector?

One of our main sectors (as I’m sure you already know) is recruitment, so much so, that we pride ourselves on our knowledge of this indispensable industry. We do everything we can to know as much about the comings and goings of recruitment as possible. As with our previously published data in December 2017 and May 2018, we have set out to provide a snapshot that shows you how the …

3 powerful ways to build your recruitment agency brand

The Recruitment Agency Expo is one of the largest trade events for the UK Recruitment sector. It’s a great opportunity for those within the sector to listen and learn from a wealth of speakers who share their insights into the sort of things that recruiters care most about. I was fortunate to be asked to speak about how agencies can build their brand and, in doing so, boost their appeal …

We’re hiring: New Content Writers

Clearly PR is one of the largest Content Marketing and PR agencies in the region and we work with a growing portfolio of local, national and international clients. We are now expanding our team of Writers across the following areas: – Tech (specifically: digital disruption; digital transformation; fin-tech; charity tech; AI; ERP; blockchain) – Law  – HR Your work will be featured across a range of media, including client websites, …

The Birmingham Recruitment Expo 2018

On the 3rd October, members of the Clearly team attended this year’s Recruitment Agency Expo in Birmingham. The event, the largest of its kind in the UK, provides a unique opportunity to bring together a wealth of keynote speakers who share their knowledge and insights from which agency owners can apply some of the learnings to their own agency businesses. As one of the top agencies for providing PR and content …

A Tale of Two Influencer Campaigns: Why a Famous Face Isn’t Always Enough

by Vicki Eastman Influencer marketing is everywhere, and with good reason; it’s a long-accepted truth that we are more likely to buy something if we receive a recommendation from someone we trust. Whilst big brands are turning away from traditional campaigns, which involve working with well-known personalities often over a long period of time, many charities still rely on a famous face to promote their cause. Last month, Serena Williams …

Clearly interviews: V&A Director, Tristram Hunt

Kara Buffrey from Clearly PR & Marketing Communications recently interviewed the Director of the V&A Museum. Tristram Hunt was about to address the Cardiff Business Club and we were granted a great opportunity to speak with him beforehand. Here’s what he had to say.   You spoke to the New York Times Art Leaders Network earlier this year about the overwhelming support for Brexit in your former constituency, Stoke-on-Trent [70% of the …

Forgetting the “PR” in Pret A Manger

Food retail chain Pret A Manger has been made accountable for a tragic incident that resulted in a 15-year-old girl’s allergy-related death. The incident occurred in 2016 and it has resurfaced due to the West London Coroner’s Court ruling that the cause of death was directly related to inadequate food labelling from the retailer. The Coroner’s Court stated that Natasha Ednan-Laperouses “had been reassured by the lack of specific allergen information” on …