National breast cancer support charity, The Haven, chose the 1st October – the first day of Breast Cancer Awareness Month – to host Blush 15. It’s always one of the highlights of the charity’s fundraising year, and this year it coincided with Gift Aid’s 25th birthday. Hopefully Gift Aid will apply to much of the money raised at Blush, optimising the charity’s income and enabling the Haven to deliver more services to breast cancer sufferers.Read More
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In the end, these are the people who really matter, not us. Our clients are the reason for everything we do at Clearsilver, and we’ve been privileged to work with most of them over many, many years. They’re partners and colleagues, not just business associates. And if you decide to join their ranks, you’ll be in excellent company.
The clue’s in the title. If you need something done that’s connected, however remotely, with ‘brand’ or ‘marketing’, we’re your people. Here are just a few examples of past and current Clearsilver projects - you can browse by client, or the type of work we’ve done for them. The four broad categories we’ve defined cover a multitude of specifics. Please contact us for more details.
Last week, I attended the CIPR breakfast briefing: A Masterclass In…Managing Crisis Communications. The event was held at Finn, with Alison Puente, Head of Corporate Communications at the agency, Karl Milner, Director at Project Rome, and Jonathan Boddy, Director of Positive Impact, making up the briefing panel. The event covered everything from how to plan for a crisis, to what the ideal outcome of crisis communications is – put into context with the panellists’ real-life examples.Read More