So much of the work carried 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 our ability to generate media coverage for clients. Of course, this is not the only service we offer, but the cuttings highlighted on this page give you a flavour of the impact we can help generate.
Don’t you just love the bluebell factsheet we put together for Arlington Bluebell Walk? Most bluebells are found in ancient woodland where the rich habitat supports a whole host of species. Ancient woodland includes woods from the 17th century and some […]Read more →
At jag we were delighted when we heard what Kerry Stott, a Research Nurse/Care Co-ordinator, Tees Esk and Wear Vallies NHS Foundation Trust, had to say about the Emergence website, which we designed and maintain: “I love it! I use it […]Read more →
jag press & publicity spoke at a packed training meeting run by Sussex Enterprise (Chamber of Commerce for Sussex) this morning … we have attached the presentation here. The subject matter is appropriate to all of us: ‘How to use […]Read more →
These are just some of the promotional items we are working on at Sussex-based jag pr – these charity wrist bands and pin badges were prepared for the Emergence first national fundraising month in October 2011.Read more →
Coverage does not come much better than this! This informative piece in Pharmacy in Focus (September 2011 edition) follows a whole raft of articles in consumer and trade magazines in the past few weeks. But then we feel Body Elements […]Read more →
We are really pleased to see some fantastic coverage appearing for our client Core Elements who supply the the joint health supplement Body Elements. So far the list of coverage includes: Choice magazine Scottish Pharmacist Pharmacy in Focus Garden & […]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. [...]