Blog

Here you will find our thoughts, research and musings on all things PR, marketing and beyond.
A view of the London Skyline
November 10, 2021

R and Marketing have a reputation for being very social industries when compared to others, and there is a reason for that! The communications industry has long been associated with evening functions, coffee catch ups and exclusive events; however when the pandemic began, everything became quite different. 

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November 3, 2021

Leaving university and not knowing which direction to take with your career is one of the most common feelings shared amongst students. If you’re a recent graduate, don’t feel like you are alone in not knowing what you want to do at this stage.

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October 13, 2021

Before you start to think about your plan for pitching a campaign, there are a number of questions you and your media agency need to ask yourselves...

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Why diversifying your social media portfolio is important
October 5, 2021

You’re probably aware that earlier this week someone at Facebook accidentally tripped over the plug to the social media giant’s servers, rendering three of the biggest social platforms and one of the biggest virtual reality platforms completely unusable. 

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September 23, 2021

a marketing plan is to meet whatever objectives it sets out to achieve and ultimately convert customers, if it does this then it can be considered to be successful.

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August 27, 2021

Abby Beckley joined the Gallium Ventures team as a Marketing Account Manager having come from a strategic marketing background, with plenty of communications experience.

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August 19, 2021

Exciting times as we grow as an organisation, we are therefore delighted to welcome Patricia to the Gallium Ventures family. 

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KFC Hotel in London in partnership with Hotels.com
August 9, 2021

The fast-food restaurant company has collaborated with Hotels.com to create a pop-up hotel that will be open for just 11 days, with bookings available from 11th August. Rooms will come with a “press for chicken” button so fans will never be too far away from their favourite finger-licking snack.

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