Working in the ethical communication space helps us to attract a group of clients with shared values and aligned objectives. Recently we’ve had a couple of opportunities to introduce some of our clients to each other in the interests of knowledge sharing and as a pathway for them to collaborate on projects. Safeguarding Children works [...]
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General Manager for Abel Tasman Sea Shuttles and Kaiteriteri Kayaks, Mark Burnaby, shares his views about PR and the results that have been achieved for his business working with WaltersPR.
Election night was fascinating. Watching how our political leaders and candidates handled media interviews throughout the night was a study in the best and worst of communications. Some were gracious in victory and defeat. Some were able to combine being ‘on script’ with being real and authentic. Some were irreverent and some were downright strange [...]
We have been working with Abel Tasman Sea Shuttles to celebrate its significant milestone of reaching 20 years in business and more than $500,000 contributed to the community in donations and 'in kind' services. We met with the business owners to listen to the story of their business. This helped us identify key elements of [...]
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=CFxEkNl3xgE We have worked with the wonderful team at Pic's Peanut Butter for nearly eight years providing a range of services including media relations, media training, general reactive support, and an annual internal culture review. Click above to listen to Pic Picot talking about his experience working with WaltersPR. Here's what Pic's Peanut Butter's [...]
We were delighted to secure an item on Seven Sharp for the Nelson Saturday Market on 10 March, showcasing the contribution of Nita Knight over her nearly 40 years as founder/owner-operator of the Nelson Saturday Market business. Click here to watch the segment.
Pacific Discovery is continuing to receive media attention with a feature in this month’s NZBusiness magazine – a story about their pioneering experiential gap year programmes. Grab a copy from your favourite bookseller, or you can read a sneak peek here.
The March/April edition of NZ Life & Leisure magazine has a fantastic feature-length article about Pic’s Peanut Butter. Be sure to get a copy, to read all about the exciting things coming up in the world of Pic’s, and the background to the highly successful business.
IdealCup's vision to make Motueka into NZ’s first disposable cup-free town is continuing to capture the attention of the media. IdealCup owner Steph Fry was interviewed live from Nelson on TV3’s The AM Show. Watch the clip here.
Aunt Jean’s Dairy received a fabulous mention in this month’s Air New Zealand in-flight magazine, KiaOra, and also appeared in the Dominion Post, Supermarket News, Nelson Weekly and Nelson Live and Aunt Jean’s Dairy founder Julian Raine was interviewed live on air on The RadioLive Home and Garden Show. If you missed the interview, you can listen here.