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GREEN BUSINESS OF THE YEAR AWARD

 A SOCIAL enterprise which recycles and re-homes unwanted furniture has been named as Green Business of the Year in The Herald Business Awards 2014. Surplus Rescue CIC is a not-for-profit community and…

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SURPLUS RESCUE CIC: WINS GREEN BUSINESS AWARD

Fantastic win by Shelly Monk of Surplus Rescue CIC, and winning the Plymouth Herald’s Green Business of the year award. Nominated by Dorcas Media, and a deserved win to an amazing business…

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KEVIN TALKS PR ON EATMUSIC RADIO

Selfie from EatMusic this afternoon, and a packed studio of guests. A big thanks for Pete Davey for inviting me to talk about PR and playing my vinyl record. Cllr. Alison Casey…

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PIANISTS AND AUDIENCES FACE THE CONSEQUENCES

THE relationship between a piano and an audience can have interesting consequences for all those involved. City arts organisation PCQ recently filmed a short feature film at the Bread & Roses Pub in…

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CAREMARK GROWING IN PLYMOUTH

Plymouth home care franchise plans to triple in size   By WILLIAM TELFORD, Business Editor/Plymouth Herald  A PLYMOUTH couple who started a home care franchise just six months ago have seen it…

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PRIDE IN PLYMOUTH SHOWCASE THIS SUMMER

Dorcas Media is looking forward at working with Pride in Plymouth and promoting a massive event in the city this summer. Anyone looking for more info about Pride in Plymouth at: www.prideinplymouth.org.uk

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DORCAS MEDIA TIPS

10 FREE WAYS TO WRITE A DECENT MEDIA RELEASE: All journalists get a lot of media releases, and at glance you can tell the amateur from serious copy. A majority of mistakes…

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£50 FOR YOUR BIG CITY LUNCH

THE Plymouth Octopus Project (POP) is calling on city residents’ to get involved in a ‘BIG LUNCH’, and to get as many local people as possible together from across the city to…

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DIVERSE PR ON THE GLOBAL STAGE

DORCAS MEDIA – sponsored column By KEVIN KELWAY, director  ONE of the main functions of PR is relationship building whether it is local, regional, national, and nowadays international – if you’re going…

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FORGOTTEN VOICES OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR

A DEVON couple has spent nearly a year reading thousands of local newspaper copies from 1913-1919, at the Plymouth Reference Library and West Devon Record Offices. Anne and Michael Corry sat through…

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