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Benedict Cumberbatch is a strangely British name. Not in a day-to-day John Smith sort of way or even in a Sue Baker (my own name) way, of which there are hundreds; some of whom I know personally. But Benedict’s name is so British that it came as no surprise to …
A hundred years ago it took six weeks before a disaster in China affected the western world’s stock exchanges. Now it takes six seconds.
Richard III is one of the most notorious monarchs in British history and regarded as one its worst tyrants – but what would Crisis Management specialists Lexicon PR have done to alter that widely held perception?
Lexicon Public Relations Ltd is pleased to announce that we have recently been listed in the UK’s top 500 PR agencies and in Yorkshire’s top 20 PR agencies. Founded in 1988 Lexicon PR is one of the UK’s longest established PR agencies and our attitude, that ensures quality and a constantly evolving skill set, has enabled us to be one of the few companies which has increased in value during this difficult economic climate.
An award-winning photograph of a helicopter in Manhattan taken by Lexicon Director Nigel Baker is to form part of a national photographic exhibition held by The Guardian. The exhibition will run from 22 November 2011 to 02 January 2012 at The Guardian offices, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London, N1 9GU.
Lots of PR agencies talk about the awards they’ve won. At Lexicon we don’t spend time entering awards for ourselves, we enter them for our clients. To celebrate our success, we’ve launched a new Awards page on our website. Why not take a look.
We here at Lexicon are happy to hear that Keith Allen from PR Daily has reported that PR firms are (still) the number one resource for journalists, with a whopping 62 percent still using PR agencies for sourcing.