So much of the work carried out for clients cannot be displayed below for a number of reasons, including confidentiality. Nevertheless, there is plenty of our activity that can be shown, particularly the variety of publications we produce including leaflets, annual reports etc.
jag press & publicity was approached by Dr Russell Razzaque, Consultant Psychiatrist at North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT), to support and advise him, and NELFT press office, on publicity for the first national Peer-supported Open Dialogue conference on […]Read more →
Another annual report for LCW UCC (London Central & West Unscheduled Care Collaborative) and another successful publication! It is always satisfying to see the finished product when so much hard work has gone into collating, subbing and designing a publication, […]Read more →
At jag, we love it when the opportunity arises to exercise our creative muscles. When our pro bono client, Brighton-based the Virtual Doctors, asked for advice on their existing logo and improving some promotional material, we jumped at the chance […]Read more →
It’s another great success for jag press & publicity with the launch of the new website for the London-based Catholic Association of Performing Arts (CaAPA). CaAPA approached jag with a view to refreshing their online presence. The existing five […]Read more →
We’re delighted with the new Optima Care website www.optimacare.co.uk designed and hosted by jag press & publicity. After their acquisition of Family Care Homes, Kent-based Optima Care approached jag with the challenge of combining the two existing websites to reflect […]Read more →
It’s always exciting when something comes along which really fires the imagination, and even better when it combines the two loves of health and communications! jag press & publicity is delighted to be providing pro bono support to the Brighton-based […]Read more →
jag adds value to all the organisations and individuals it works with by bringing to each client the consultancy skills needed to provide direction and clarity in their communication objectives. [...]