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The PR Company is an invaluable resource

Over the past year, The PR Company has become an invaluable resource for our organisation. They have given and continue to give sound advice and strategy and produced outstanding results.


Richard Cooper
Business Development Manager
MedicAlert Foundation

These guys are sharp

We recently engaged the PR Company to help us write the content of our website. To be honest, we were quite lost on how to go about marketing our product until we came across the PR Company. They put everything in perspective for us within the first phone call and sorted out the content of our website within the week.


Carmen Blanco
Ezisteel

Making us relevant

Daniel has been able to form excellent working relationships with the College President and the College Council and has earned their respect. He has led a workshop on how to make our College and its messages relevant and has provided high quality advice to the President regarding use of the media and how to engage with politicians as a non-partisan professional organisation.


Jane Dancer
General Manager
College of Public Health Medicine

Effective and professional advice

Daniel is an experienced PR practitioner and a source of considerable sector knowledge. I have found his advice and outputs to be highly effective and thoroughly professional.


Ross Cameron
National Public Relations and Marketing Manager
NZ Red Cross

  • The most common pr objectives

    The PR Company helps clients solve
    marketing communications problems
    with public relations solutions that get results.

  • We work with clients who want to:

    Generate media publicity for
    themselves or their cause.

  • We work with clients who want to:

    Undergo media training.

  • We work with clients who want to:

    Improve their advocacy or
    stakeholder engagement.

  • We work with clients who want to:

    Improve their internal staff
    communications and manage
    culture change programmes.

  • We work with clients who want to:

    Enhance their brand and
    market positioning.

  • We work with clients who want to:

    Lobby government (central and local).

  • We work with clients who want to:

    Manage issues and crises.

  • We work with clients who want to:

    Build a social media presence.

  • We work with clients who want to:

    Have websites created and brochures
    and press releases written.

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Strategic Communication Is:

  • Stakeholder management
  • Public and media management
  • Marketing and promotion
  • Advertising
  • Lobbying
  • Internal communications
  • Community relations
  • Marcomms
  • Financial relations
  • Brand Management
  • Reputation management
  • Public affairs
  • Sponsorship
  • Public relations
  • Advocacy

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  • Why no Happy Meal PR?

    Every client’s public relations and communications challenge is subtly different - and so, too, are the solutions that we recommend.

    Just as not every client needs or wants a social media solution, not every organisation needs a media profile, or has to meet with MPs, or requires a stakeholder engagement platform.

    So, we don’t do one-size-fits-all, Happy Meal PR. Public relations is a mix of art and science.

    Our extensive training and professional development ensures that we understand and can apply the best practice science of public relations; however, our lengthy experience, and the myriad issues we have dealt with over the years, allows us to blend an artistry to the science to deliver tailored solutions that add value, enhance client relationships and deliver results.

  • Why Us?

    In our extensive experience we have worked for a variety of industry sectors, from primary industries to the health sector, from minerals to brewing, insurance and food processing, plastics to the environment, from transport to energy, shipping and IT.

    We have assisted individuals with personal reputation management problems, to SMEs with large-scale marketing communications issues. We have worked with large corporates handling issues management problems, government agencies on national public awareness campaigns and industry associations that required lobbying campaigns.