New client win: Rant & Rave

We are delighted to announce that we have been appointed by customer engagement solution provider, Rant & Rave. Rant & Rave is an award-winning provider of software-as-a-service customer engagement solutions based in Coventry. Listing over half of the FTSE as clients, organisations use Rant & Rave’s solution to deliver great customer experience. Rant & Rave […]

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Wimbledon IBM data

Our favourite PR campaigns: Summer 2015

1. IBM serves up an ace in fans’ experience at Wimbledon If you have attached to a TV screen in the last few weeks watching tennis, you may have noticed the attention to detail that is given to regular stats and statistical analysis throughout each match. Technology consulting corporation IBM is behind every shred of […]

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Cooking up a storm at Heyford Park’s Free School

We recently managed the  PR  for a celebratory local dining event  hosted by our client, Dorchester Living at Heyford Park, a luxury housing development in Upper Heyford, where the CubanEight offices are based. Set within 1.2 acres, Dorchester Living is a development of over 700 new homes at Heyford Park, on the site of a […]

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Our favourite PR campaigns – May 2015

1. A house with a view When a landmark passing of the Deregulation Act was recently announced, meaning that Londoners could rent their property for up to 90 days each year, holiday home rental agency Airbnb decided to plant a house in the middle of the River Thames for a week. The move was part […]

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Our favourite PR campaigns – April 2015

1. Pac-Man takes over UK streets Here is a great example of how nostalgia can be a strong driver for PR. Google’s contribution to April Fools’ Day was to turn the UK into a giant Pac-Man grid from the classic 1980s arcade game, and allow users to chase ghosts and eat coins (plus of course […]

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Our favourite PR campaigns – March 2015

1. Samsung’s sign language Every now and then PR has the power to bring heart-warming ideas to life and raise awareness of real-life issues. To launch its new call centre service for deaf people or those with a hearing impairment, Samsung organised a surprise for a Turkish man, Muharrem, in his local community of Istanbul […]

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Take-away Part 2 from the Guardian Changing Media Summit

 Disruption, content, scale, capacity, agility, collaboration… Last week I attended the afternoon sessions on the second day of the Guardian Changing Media Summit, aptly held in a converted underground car park in Bloomsbury. The afternoon was hosted by Kate Russell, technology reporter for BBC Click. The sessions included a series of stimulating ‘lightening presentations’ from […]

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My first couple of months at CubanEight

  I joined the CubanEight team at the start of this year, having previously completed an internship with a fashion PR company in London and prior to this studying for my Textile Design degree. Until I started working for CubanEight most of my PR knowledge had come from the internship I did in London. However […]

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First Steps into the World of PR

Hello, my name is Hamish Armstrong and I joined the ranks of CubanEight at the beginning of the year. Although I have an MA in Corporate Communications & Public Relations this is my first venture into professional PR, and I can honestly say I’ve found the experience thoroughly enriching and rewarding so far. From my […]

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