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New Sustainable Children’s Clothing Brand ‘Coco & Kiki’ Makes Giving Back Easier

-Hand-made with Zero Waste and Profits Reinvested in Worldwide Charity Projects –

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New Sustainable Children’s Clothing Brand Coco & Kiki

February 2022Shopping for sustainable and ethically hand-made children’s clothes? Created during lockdown by friends Corrine Amos and Kishana Quallo, CoCo & KiKi is a new sustainable children’s clothing brand that officially launched this month with the aim of making giving back easier.

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Video Blog by Burte Tsogbadrakh – My Autumn Internship Experience At GEC PR

In our latest video blog, our company intern Burte Tsogbadrakh, reflects on her Autumn internship at GEC PR. During the last three months, Burte was given the opportunity to work for GEC PR’s new lifestyle client, Collectivino – a sustainable and ethical wine specialist which sources its products from independent, artisanal vineyards. Continue reading

SHOP AND STOCK UP SUSTAINABLY THIS CHRISTMAS WITH COLLECTIVINO WINES – TOP TIPS AND TIPPLES FOR LAST-MINUTE WINE AND FESTIVE GIFTS HOME DELIVERED

2 December 2021 – With Christmas only a few weeks away, attention is turning to ticking off the gift list and stocking up the wine shelf in time for the festive period. Continue reading

TOP TIPS FOR SPOTTING SURPRISING URBAN WINTER WILDLIFE IN BRISTOL FROM DR MYA-ROSE CRAIG AND SWAROVSKI OPTIK

SWAROVSKI OPTIK, a world-leading manufacturer of long-range optics, and 19-year-old environmental activist and ornithologist Dr Mya-Rose Craig have joined together to offer exclusive tips for exploring local nature and spotting some surprising urban wildlife in Bristol this Winter. Continue reading

WORLD VEGAN MONTH – PR AND MARKETING TIPS FOR FOOD AND LIFESTYLE BRANDS

Sarah Salord, Company Director at GEC PR

World Vegan Month is an annual event taking place each year during November, promoting the health and environmental benefits of a vegan diet and lifestyle. Continue reading

SAY A SUSTAINABLE THANK YOU THIS CHRISTMAS WITH COLLECTIVINO WINE. EXQUISITE ETHICAL AND CLIMATE-POSITIVE WINE GIFTS HOME DELIVERED TO YOUR STAFF.

28 October 2021 – This Christmas, say a sustainable thank you to clients and employees while also making a statement about the organisation’s values with an exquisite, ethical wine gift from Collectivino, home delivered with net-zero carbon emissions.

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PLAN AHEAD TO MAKE THE MOST OF EARLY 2022 PR OPPORTUNITIES

GEC PR Company Director, Fiona Anderson

While most of the UK is panic-buying petrol and children’s Christmas presents, savvy PRs and marketers have bigger plans afoot… How to make the most of early 2022 media pitches in order to promote their organisations and reach target customers.

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EXCLUSIVE LUXURY CHRISTMAS GIFTS FROM LONG-RANGE OPTIC SPECIALIST SWAROVSKI OPTIK

6 October 2021 – SWAROVSKI OPTIK, the long-range luxury optics specialist, is helping discerning gift givers find the perfect present for their loved ones this Christmas with its exclusive gift guide. Continue reading

MY SUMMER INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE AT GEC PR

It’s easy to agree the past academic year has been the most tumultuous for education providers and students everywhere. Nonetheless, I was thrilled to be able to take on the opportunity to intern at a PR agency over the summer – an aspiration of mine since applying for my undergraduate course at university. Continue reading

IS HYBRID WORKING A PAIN IN THE NECK? CHISWICK-BASED POSTURE SPECIALIST HEALTH SHAK WANTS TO HELP RETURNING OFFICE WORKERS GET BACK TO THEIR POSTURAL BEST

For media interviews, media partnership offers or to request a postural MOT, please contact Fiona Anderson at GEC PR on healthshak@gecpr.co.uk

17th September 2021 – As workers return to offices in their droves, West-London based posture specialist and chiropractor HEALTH SHAK is expecting a surge in patients seeking bespoke help for neck and back pain, caused by working between home and in offices where many will now be sitting in a variety of non-customised seats ‘hot-desking’. Continue reading