MORE FIRE PR PORTFOLIO

At More Fire PR Ltd we’re thrilled to work with a wide variety of brands and clients, both nationally and internationally, on projects ranging from multi-million pound building and facility launches, through to research projects, expert opinions, new technology implementation, events and university recruitment campaigns. Please find below examples of our past and present work:

BOARD AGENDA: AI is about governance, not tech - Henley Business School
FAVOURITETABLE: Digital marketing - with Manav Mathur and Mark Ferguson
CONSTRUCTION WAVE: Winvic to finish Buckingham Group warehouse job
DIGITAL PULSE HQ: Inaugural AI summer school a huge success
BOARD AGENDA: How to keep strategy delivery on track with competitive advantage
MOROCCO WORLD NEWS: Unlocking the Future of Education
EAT.DRINK.SLEEP: Innovation on the menu for restaurateurs
PUNCHLINE: Business in desperate need of cyber graduates
BOARD AGENDA: Are cyber disclosure demands too high?
HESPER HERALD: Health research encourages workers to fidget
CBN: British microchip implant takes hand-swipe payments to next level
FINANCIER WORLDWIDE: Competitive advantage through cyber resilience
SMILEY MOVEMENT: Women's Euros raise LGBTQ+ awareness
WATCH: Cloud Computing, Dr Derek Foster, University of Lincoln
BBP MEDIA: Is the UK prepared for smart city threats?
HESPER HERALD: War fuels climate change - only diplomacy can save us
EAT.DRINK.SLEEP: Five tips for restaurants battling no-show culture
WATCH: Computer Science, University of Lincoln, Dr Kamaran Futhulla
NEW STATESMAN: AI is invisible – that’s part of the problem
TIMES HIGHER: Half of students feel they’re not ready for a job
FE NEWS: Euro 2022 will raise awareness of LGBTQ+ in sports
SCENE: Euro 2022 set to ‘raise LGBTQ+ awareness’
RESTAURANT UPDATE: Five tips on restaurant localism
PROFESSIONAL SECURITY: Smart cities and cyber
WROXTON COLLEGE: Teaching 'UK Sport as a Business: #Marketing & Media'
THE ROOFTOP: Leg Fidgeting Good For Your Health According To New Research
WATCH: Computer Science at University of Lincoln with Dr James Brown
THE TRUMPET: Dystopian technological surveillance looming?
WATCH: University of Lincoln, Dr Charles Fox on Robotics
BCS: AI efficiency dilemma offers new ethical risks - Henley Business School
SAUDI GAZETTE: Microchip implants let you pay with your hand
CONSTRUCTION NEWS: Winvic to finish £140m Buckingham Group warehouse job
BCS: 'Is the UK ready for smart city life?' ask Professor Kamal Bechkoum
THIS MAGAZINE: Everyday home tech helping to improve adult social care
BOARD AGENDA: How chairs shape a positive board culture
THE ROOFTOP: Experts claim technology in our homes could transform
GOVERNANCE + COMPLIANCE: The right tools digital organisations
ADA WEBSITE: Lincolnshire partnership examines resident-focused
BOARD AGENDA: Identity crisis: the threat of malicious credential abuse
BOARD AGENDA: Boards need to stop ESG greenwashing and recognise reputational
UNIVERSITY BUSINESS: Is university governance at risk of imminent failure?
HENLEY BUSINESS SCHOOL: Regulation versus Stewardship
THIS MAGAZINE: LINCOLNSHIRE PARTNERSHIP EXAMINES HOW RESIDENT-FOCUSED
SPALDING TODAY: New project to ease pressure on care system
THE ROOFTOP: NEW £5M REHAB CENTRE TO HELP DISABLED PEOPLE THROUGH SPORT
PEOPLE MANAGEMENT: The hidden impact of emotional labour in the gig economy
BUSINESS & INNOVATION: The Business dilemma on ransomware
PUNCHLINE: UNIVERSITY HELPS DISABLED PEOPLE THROUGH £5M THERAPY
BUSINESS & INNOVATION: UNIVERSITY PARTNERS WITH CHAMWELL CENTRE
VIRTUAL ADVISORY BOARD: Boards can no longer ignore cyber threats
BOARD AGENDA: Why AI without humans is a governance challenge
YOUTH OFFENDERS BENEFIT FROM NEW SCHEME
PEOPLE MANAGEMENT: CONTEXTUAL LEADERSHIP
GOVERNANCE + COMPLIANCE: Around the corner…
VIRTUAL ADVISORY BOARD: Should boards steer clear of political drama?
SOGLOS: University symposium will address ‘critical’ cyber skills
THE ROOFTOP: Sport holds key to rehabilitating young offenders
MEDIUM: Reimagining citizenship in a digital, post-COVID-19 world
BBC RADIO NORTHAMPTON: Long Covid - back up and running
UNIVERSITY WORLD NEWS: UNIVERSITY LEADERS SAY GOVERNANCE RISKS IMMINENT
THE CHESHIRE TIMES: COVID safety ‘could lead to voting delays local authorities
WARRINGTON WORLDWIDE: “Staff are our greatest asset” says award winning Warrington firm
BUSINESS & INNOVATION: Researcher develops unique AI-powered malware solution
BUSINESS & INNOVATION: C11 – THE CYBER SECURE, DIGITAL INNOVATION HOTSPOT
MEDIUM: Voting tech responds to stakeholder democracy demands
SURREY LIVE: ASHFORD MUM SAYS PEOPLE WITH EATING DISORDERS ARE SUFFERING
GOVERNANCE + COMPLIANCE: Time to Intertwine global digital transformation
PSYCHREG: Bulimia cases rise during lockdown for obvious but fixable reasons
GLR LABS: Engagement – At the heart of board leadership
BUSINESS & INNOVATION: New Digital Apprenticeships launch
UNIVERSITY BUSINESS: Is your university ready for Industry 4.0
BOARD AGENDA: Boardroom digital expertise ‘improves company performance
GOVERNANCE + COMPLIANCE: Learning from history
THE PIE: COVID-19 highlights need for recruitment
BUSINESS & INNOVATION: EVERYONE’S HOPPING ON
PEOPLE MANAGEMENT: Why are boards still falling short on gender diversity?
BUSINESS & INNOVATION: Is your business ready for Industry 4.0?
ALL THINGS BUSINESS: New graduate intern for PR firm Northamptonshire
BOARD AGENDA: Gender diversity on boards pays dividends - but inequality persists
BOARD AGENDA: Not business as usual: returning to the workplace after the pandemic
BUSINESS & INNOVATION: Why your business needs a cyber-security apprenticeship
BUSINESS & INNOVATION: Can AI boost your business prospects?
BOARD AGENDA: HOW UNDERSTANDING AI CAN HELP THE BOARD
HENLEY BUSINESS SCHOOL: Stock market disconnect leaves investors guessing
MEDIUM: Post-pandemic governance - how can business adapt to the new normal?
BOARD AGENDA: Computer says no - AI and digitalisation in the workplace
GOVERNANCE+COMPLIANCE MAGAZINE: Access denied lockdown regulations important resources
UNIVERSITY BUSINESS: International student recruitment - automation can make all the difference
UNIVERSITY WORLD NEWS: Cyber-threats increasing for universities under lockdown
BOARD AGENDA: Governance after the pandemic requires a stewardship approach teams work
THE PIE: DOES AUTOMATION HAVE A ROLE TO PLAY
UNIVERSITY BUSINESS: AUTOMATION BOOSTING
GOVERNANCE + COMPLIANCE: Uncharted Territory
BOARD AGENDA: Business looks to automation in the wake of Covid-19
BOARD AGENDA: Working from home? Stay alert to risk of cyber-attacks
UNIVERSITY WORLD NEWS: COVID-19 boom in unrealistic university leadership
BUSINESS & INNOVATION: Cyber attacks not a question of ‘if,’ but ‘when?’
ALL THINGS BUSINESS: Northamptonshire’s PPE heroes
UNIVERSITY BUSINESS: The rise of the international branch campus
HENLEY BUSINESS SCHOOL: Lockdown and fear
GOVERNANCE + COMPLIANCE: Compliance Challenges
BUSINESS & INNOVATION: Automation
BOARD AGENDA: Remote possibilities: can you really learn leadership online?
GOVERNANCE + COMPLIANCE: A sustainable strategy big business helps
MEDIUM: Covid-19 may be overtaken by a deepening fear in town
BOARD AGENDA: Boards must harness tension to succeed in time of disruption
UNIVERSITY WORLD NEWS: On student recruitment mid-crisis, learn from Australia
THE ROOFTOP: New research offers hope for global disease control
THE PIE: Covid-19 highlights need for university recruitment automation
PEOPLE MANAGEMENT: TWO IN FIVE BUSINESSES HAVE NO CONTINGENCY PLAN
BOARD AGENDA: Leaders in crisis: why teamwork is the way forward
THE PIE: Canada takes stock - Memorial University of Newfoundland
BOARD AGENDA: Questions non-execs should ask before joining the board
BOARD AGENDA: How boards can learn to talk about ‘unspeakable’ issues
BOARD AGENDA: BETTER SUSTAINABILITY DISCLOSURES REQUIRE CLEAR REPORTING
BOARD AGENDA: PUBLIC LOSES FAITH IN CAPITALISM WHILE BACKING ‘STAKEHOLDER’
Mosquito DNA study offers crucial clues to disease control in Laos
UNIVERSITY BUSINESS: Engineering: Changing perceptions
BUSINESS & INNOVATION: Is FTSE 100 sustainability reporting the whole truth?
BOARD AGENDA: NARROW SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING BOUNDARIES
HOTEL BUSINESS: Hospitality Business Growth Experts Launch Xenowledge
TIMES HIGHER EDUCATION: Canadian students ‘charmed’ by Harlow campus
WATCH: How to fix issues with your accountant and how we can fix them
BOARD AGENDA: When fighting social injustice clashes with shareholders
BUSINESS & INNOVATION MAG: Changing engineering’s image problem
THE TIMES: Tutu project invites gangs to talk peace with the law
THE ROOFTOP: SOUTH AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY USED TO TACKLE
MEDIUM.COM: UNIVERSITY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE HOSTS
ALL THINGS BUSINESS: New Elsby & Co Equity Partners
NORTHAMPTON LIFE: Elsby & Co advance new Equity Partners
WATCH: How Cottons Chartered Accountants adds value
BBC RADIO KENT: Vauxhall City Farm CEO Monica Tyler talks animal magic!
UNIVERSITY BUSINESS: University of Gloucestershire’s €1m Indonesia project inspires entrepreneurship

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