Flack on Friday: 30 Under 30, David Cameron, Fifty Shades of Grey, SpongeBob SquarePants

June 4, 2016 - Fifty Shades of Grey

Legacy issues

As a Brexit discuss rumbles on/fires adult (delete as appropriate), Flack was tickled by this discernment from David Cameron’s former orator George Eustice (pictured) contained in a latter’s comments in a new collection of EU thoughts gathered by Portland.

Eustice, now tillage minister, recounts that in a assembly during a final days of Tony Blair’s government, when warned that his EU process risked Britain withdrawal a Union, Cameron joked: “Oh well, during slightest we won’t have to worry about my legacy.”

What a disproportion 9 years make, eh David?


Feel a energy

Hats off to this smart debate from comparison website GoCompare, combined with 10 Yetis. The code has launched a ‘break-up guide’ for people looking to switch appetite supplier, combined in a character of a attribute self-help book and featuring references to Taylor Swift, Beyoncé and Fifty Shades of Grey.

The beam – Gas is from Mars, Electricity is from Venus – warns of holding suppliers on a “rebound”, who will “make we feel valued for all of 5 mins before a screen falls and we realize what you’ve unequivocally sealed adult to”.

It adds: “Be quite heedful of sweet-talking providers who will tell we precisely what we wish to hear to get we to determine to anything.”

You get a idea. Take a demeanour for yourself by clicking here.


SpongBob SquareMeal

Talking of resourceful campaigns, Fever PR was behind this charming graduation for a Sky Kids app during half-term. The group combined a Sky Kids Cafe pop-up, a giveaway TV-themed play area and eatery featuring sets and characters from a likes of Scooby-Doo, Ben Holly and SpongeBob SquarePants. There’s an interactive element, with children means to make sandcastles subsequent to SpongeBob’s residence and solve Scooby-Doo mysteries, while food options enclosed bite-size Scooby Dogs and – or march – Mr Krab’s Fish Fingers. The eventuality captivated 800 people opposite 3 days, not including a 200+ that attended a celeb opening on Sunday. Good result.


Top of a class

PRWeek’s coverage of a 30 Under 30 has been a best-read story of a week so far, with attention folk clearly fervent to hear a views of PR’s arriving stars. Just for giggles, this year we ran a foe to see that of a 30 could beget a biggest series of views of their form page. Step brazen Asylum Aid’s Zoe Gardner (pictured), whose form was a many read, followed by Cohn Wolfe’s Laura Bevan and Ottilie Ratcliffe of The Romans. Champagne, all round.


Loo can’t be serious

Performance Communications has gathered an engaging news into a destiny of a sports fan, looking during a make-up of fan bases, a motivations behind fandom and pivotal trends inspiring behaviour.

One distinct indicate is that 73 per cent of fans wanted to entrance competition calm “whenever they want”. But worryingly, many are indeed doing only that – one entertain had finished so on a toilet. “Maybe an choice for a code to furnish a mobile sanitiser…” quipped Flack’s crony during Performance.

Perhaps even some-more surprisingly, 14 per cent had accessed competition during a marriage – or a funeral. Surely that deserves a red card.


Question time

Finally, an educational in Poland has asked Flack for assistance publicising a contemplating she is using of UK PR professionals, as partial of a topic on a differences between PR in her home nation and Britain. Subjects lonesome embody integration, a use of amicable media, ethics and some-more – you can take a consult by clicking here. Should be some engaging results.

source ⦿ http://www.prweek.com/article/1397379/flack-friday-30-30-david-cameron-fifty-shades-grey-spongebob-squarepants

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