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In the recent reshuffle Lord Mandelson assumed more power than almost any other member of the government. In this political briefing Bell Pottinger Public Affairs assesses how and why.
Bell Pottinger North has been appointed by Driving Defences to raise the profile and reputation of specialist road traffic law firm Driving Defences.
The deal follows a competitive pitch and will see Bell Pottinger North highlight how Driving Defences, with offices in Manchester and London, helps motorists to protect their licences after being accused of road traffic offences.
On a perfect sunny day there seems to be a blizzard of email offers this morning. In amongst are two bemoaning the lack of ”good” business news.
Yes its tough out there at the moment, but recessions don’t blight all businesses equally. There are businesses out there doing really really well. Come on everyone, “man bites dog” is always the story, lets hear more of innovation, growth, new jobs, expansion and great ideas.
I know its out there – you do too. But let’s talk ourselves up and not down for once.
Bell Pottinger’s latest political briefing sees the chancellor, Alastair Darling’s position as stronger than ever – despite the dire economic statistics.
Britain’s number one communications consultancy, Bell Pottinger, is offering free seminars to help businesses on Merseyside win in the recession.
Two events will be held, and will be run by Bell Pottinger North. The first will show how consumer behaviour has changed in the digital world, and what you have to do to win business in what we call an “age of reference and distrust”.