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Judge us by the company we keep and see how we have added value to their businesses. These are some of the great companies we have worked with in the past few years.

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“Comit understood what we were looking to achieve and successfully delivered an integrated and innovative mix of PR and marketing communications activities to convince the market.”   Chas Moloney, Ricoh

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Inside Comit: A peek into the world of PR

By Aleasha Rafferty Monday, 13th May 2024 | 0 comments
Since I joined Comit, I’ve been privileged to witness and contribute to the very exciting and fast changing technology ecosystem, while gaining firsthand insights into some of the world’s most innovative companies. I’ve also acquired lots of new PR, communications and digital skills, and gained invaluable experiences along the way. Through this blog, I hope to give readers my own personal insights into working in a vibrant tech PR agency like Comit.

Effective PR strategies for building relationships with stakeholders

By Aleasha Rafferty Tuesday, 30th April 2024 | 0 comments
In the realm of public relations, effective stakeholder relationships are akin to the foundation of a sturdy fortress. Just like every brick plays a crucial role in fortifying the structure, stakeholders – be they investors, employees, customers, or the broader community – are vital components in shaping an organisation's trajectory. Therefore, mastering the art of stakeholder engagement becomes not just a strategic choice but an imperative for organisational success. In this blog, we delve into the intricacies of stakeholder relationships and explore tactics and techniques for nurturing relationships with them.

How to avoid greenwashing… and greenhushing

By Helen Morrogh Wednesday, 27th March 2024 | 0 comments
To speak, or not to speak – that is the question facing business leaders and communications teams when it comes to sustainability. To speak risks being scrutinised and accused of greenwashing, to choose to stay quiet – commonly known as greenhushing – means intentional underreporting of green credentials and a lack of active participation in the global corporate drive for climate action.

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