Back in January we blogged about 2020 being a new start for UK businesses. “2020 is going to be a very different year for the UK”, we predicted. Little did we know how scarily true that statement would come to be.
The year that the world went into lockdown and we all faced challenges that we’ve never faced before, but amidst those challenges we saw innovation come to the forefront. We were – and still …Read More
With the world going into lockdown, many of us are feeling the rush of emotions that comes with a global health crisis – panic, uncertainty and appreciation for our incredible NHS. At Cherish HQ, like most office based businesses, staff are now working from home. Luckily, our ability to effectively carry out work has had little disruption by being remote. However, with many staff members living in London and house sharing, self-isolating (and mostly confined …Read More
I was talking to a friend earlier this week. She was in tears. In the space of 48 hours, her multi-million pound business had shrunk by 60%. She was telling me that her business was in crisis, that she had failed, that she was done.
I am sure these conversations were happening across Europe and the rest of the world at the same time as that call. Confidence has flat-lined, markets have crashed and everything …Read More
2020 is going to be a very different year for the UK. Fresh out of Europe, the UK will be negotiating and entering new trade deals with the world. We’ll be establishing a fresh identity and looking forward to a summer of football as we host several matches in the European Championships. Could we see 2020 as a year when we finally refresh that national pride that’s been missing since the summer of 2012?
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Cherish MD, Rebecca Oatley shares her thoughts…
So the 31st January is the next, no… final deadline for the UK leaving the EU and what the bosses of 1.9 million Limited companies in Britain hope will be the moment that they are finally able to get back to focusing on trading rather than worrying about what will happen next.
Brexit uncertainty and the resultant stasis have caused significant challenges for the marketing industry. According to …Read More
Who wants to service startups? Some agencies are put off by preconceptions around cash flow or payment challenges, unrealistic Founder ambitions and PR blocks around business longevity and viable case studies.
At Cherish, we think that’s short-sighted. Trying to shoehorn conventional PR tactics against the needs of a fast growth enterprise is a very rare success.
Today we were delighted to get invited to the bright and colourful Huckletree West, https://www.huckletree.com/locations, a West …Read More
At Cherish, we enter this New Year full of anticipation, fresh thinking and some brave new solutions too (yes, Prime Minister – take note!). It’s 2019. Lets talk PR and SEO.
Last year, our work with innovation brands, entrepreneurs and digital disruptors showed us what our agency needs to do to make life easier for our time poor clients.
Gone are the days when clients have the space or energy to engage several …Read More
At Cherish PR you find passion, commitment and intelligence woven throughout all our work, and the team really embodies those values. As a London public relations agency we take pride in working together as a team, providing true consultancy for our clients. On that note we have welcomed the wonderful Samantha Allen back to the team as Account Director. …Read More
Countless renowned business owners, politicians and executives credit their business success to a productive morning routine. American powerhouse Oprah Winfrey starts her day with 20 minutes of yoga followed by 15 minutes of high-intensity cardio and a balanced breakfast. Former US president Barak Obama rises before 5am and drinks several cups of green tea. Entrepreneur extraordinaire Richard Branson loves to exercise bright and early and spend some time catching up with his family over breakfast.…Read More
Failure. It can stop you in your tracks by pulling the wind from your sails. It can be so difficult to bounce back when something doesn’t go to plan. Here at Cherish, if something doesn’t work we have to get back on our feet fast – rethink the idea and take a different approach. We pull the team together and get creative. Most of the time, what didn’t work initially leads to something better – …Read More
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