Posted on 19-07-17 by Tina Clough

For the past two weeks, Poppy PR has been showing Olivia Manchon, a Magazine Journalism graduate from Nottingham Trent University, what a career in PR is really like. Here, she describes her experience with our team. After graduating from my master’s degree, I knew that I wanted to focus my interests on a career in […]

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Posted on 27-06-17 by Tina Clough

Poppy-PR is recruiting! We are looking for a forward thinking PR Manager to join our friendly team! The ideal candidate will have 1-2 years worth of PR experience, either at an agency or in house!  We would also consider ex journalists and PR graduates! Please send your CV to Tina at poppyprteam@gmail.com! Interviews will be […]

Read more about Could You Be Our Next PR Hero?! We Are Hiring!!

Posted on 27-06-17 by Tina Clough

Derbyshire based Poppy PR has proved once again that it can cook up an industry storm- This time by adding Seven Bar and Restaurant to its list of clientele. The restaurant met with the Ilkeston based team after a recommendation from one of the agencies existing property clients – and the rest as they say is history! The Derby […]

Read more about Lucky Number Seven For Derby PR Agency

Posted on 19-04-17 by Emma Turner

A free networking event is set to take place later this month, designed to equip business owners and entrepreneurs with essential information on how to generate more profit, save tax and handle HR queries. The event, which will be hosted from 6-8pm on April 25 at the Morley Hayes Hotel & Golf Club, has been organised to offer business […]

Read more about Free Event Enables Business Owners To Take That ‘Next Step’

Posted on 28-02-17 by Sarah Bould

Tina recently underwent a personal crusade to find out more about a disease which affects 850,000 sufferers in the UK alone.  Putting herself in the shoes of a Dementia sufferer, here she unveils why we all have a responsibility towards education about the life-changing illness.   Like many of us, the word Dementia means very little […]

Read more about Tina experiences what it’s like for people living with Dementia

Posted on 10-01-17 by Sarah Bould

If you have ever walked past a shop and its name has made you chuckle or blush then you are bound to like this list- Derbyshire’s top 11 quirkiest business titles. The list has been compiled by Ilkeston based Poppy-PR, to emphasise the importance of business branding, after an article by The Branding Journal identified […]

Read more about PR Agency Reveals The Punniest Businesses in Derbyshire

Posted on 10-01-17 by Tina Clough

Tina Clough, Director at Poppy-PR was recently featured in The Business Desk East Midlands talking about her year in review.  Here she talks future hopes, her 2016 highlights and her hero of the year!

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Posted on 10-01-17 by Tina Clough

In the wake of Brexit, I heard an interesting quote which led me to write the following post….. “Everything that happens is a small part of our journey. We can choose to be passive, or we can be proactive and overcome our fears, set our own goals and do the best to reach them. For […]

Read more about Tina’s Brexit Backlash: Why Market Your Business During Times of Economic Uncertainty?

Posted on 21-12-16 by Sarah Bould

Sarah may have only been with us for a few months but here she talks about her highlights since joining the Poppy PR team… Before taking on the role of account manager at Poppy PR I had been working as a local newspaper journalist for around ten years, the majority of that time was with […]

Read more about Sarah’s best bits of 2016

Posted on 03-06-16 by Emma Turner

Poppy-PR has been flexing it’s crisis communications muscles of late, and adding a new string to its proverbial bow of services. Now a little unknown fact- All of our team have been trained with the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) and as part of that training, we all hold media law qualifications- […]

Read more about Cloughie’s Conundrum: Don’t Be Left Up The Creek With No Paddle In A Crisis