Tigerfish Blog

April 14, 2023

Your guide to winning an award

Awards are a wonderful way to have your brand recognised widely, creating credibility and building your reputation. They are particularly powerful if the nominations are peer […]
April 11, 2023

The broccoli blog

Do you think good PR is just positive media coverage? You know when you think positively about a company, it’s generally based on your interaction with […]
February 11, 2023

Here’s to a successful 2023

In January, I bet if I asked you if you were planning your communications strategy for 2023, you would say that’s exactly what you were doing. […]
June 13, 2022

What size PR agency should you choose?

Choosing an agency is pretty much like choosing your partner. Whether it’s for a year or for life, you need to make sure there is a […]
July 13, 2021

How the pandemic has thrown a light on the waffler

You know that little green light that we all talk to nowadays? The one on our computers that shows us we’re live on Zoom, Teams, Skype, […]
April 15, 2021

9 quick tips for running an online networking event

Since the start of the lockdown, all events have become online ones. Yet they continue to be as important as ever. They are where we meet, […]
April 14, 2021

Looking for a little lockdown reading?

Find out what some of the North West’s PR professionals have been reading over the past few months of lockdown. At the March 2021 CIPR North […]
February 23, 2021

How to do PR when You Hate Being the Centre of Attention

You need to bang the drum about what you do and yet you hate doing it. So how do you do PR without feeling icky about […]
January 24, 2021

5 ways to engage with your local community

The usual marketing spend has looked pretty different this past year. Exhibitions haven’t gone ahead; client visits now happen via video; advertising spend is down, because […]
January 18, 2021

Too busy to do PR?

It’s always important to make sure your brand has visibility – not least of all with customers, potential customers and employees, regardless of the economic situation. […]