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Caleb Hulme-Moir
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Mana Communications has been working with Goodnature in New Zealand. Goodnature have created the A24 self-resetting humane rat trap, using the World's most advanced trapping technology. The A24 is the world’s only predator trap which self-resets up to 24 times before it needs to be reloaded by a human. For this reason, A24 trapping technology is in demand around the world for use in large-scale predator trapping programmes where access for rebaiting is challenging.

We recently conducted a media tour in New Delhi for a senior Executive from our client American Express Global Business Travel (GBT), Eyes Mrad, who was in India to visit GBT’s offices. While visiting we arranged for Eyes to meet with a number of leading travel and aviation journalists to discuss business travel trends in the Indian market. As part of this, we shared GBT data which outlines the top 10 most popular international travel destinations chosen by Indian business travellers.

We were really pleased to see that an article based on the GBT data which ran in The Hindu was also picked up by The Washington Post. Please see the full article here.

This piece in The Wireless has some great words in advance of Waitangi Day from our very own Annabelle Dick.

http://thewireless.co.nz/articles/waitangi-day-protest-is-better-than-a-propaganda-holiday

 

Traditional PR methods are, of course, still as relevant as they’ve always been, but with all of the new technologies and media options available to us why not use every opportunity to incorporate them into your campaigns to make them even more successful.

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Mana have been working with Anglican Bishop, Justin Duckworth, as he works to get the quota of refugees allowed into New Zealand increased from 750 to 1500 annually.

Bishop Duckworth says "As the Anglican Diocese of Wellington, we cannot stress enough how happy we are to welcome more refugees to the capital. I am confident that this attitude is shared by the wider New Zealand community." he continues, "As a society we have the desire and the capacity to do much more, and that is why it's time to double our annual quota of refugees from 750 to 1500."

This is something that Mana feels strongly about and we're proud to be helping the Bishop to spread his message far and wide.

Wednesday, 03 February 2016 00:00

Can PR learn anything from Donald Trump?

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He may be loud, controversial, and more than a little narcissistic but love him or loathe him, you Donald Trump knows how to dominate the headlines.

Tuesday, 19 January 2016 11:00

David Bowie – Master of PR

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The morning of Monday 11th January started much like any other Monday morning, until we checked the news and heard that David Bowie had died, following an 18 month battle with cancer. Since then there has been an outpouring of love and admiration across the board, from ordinary people to world famous celebrities, which is a reflection of the influence he had on popular culture.

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Regular readers of our blog and social media will know that our founder and MD, Caleb Hulme-Moir, is a native New Zealander who has recently moved back home following several years working in London and Sydney, Australia. Caleb has been doing some pro-bono work with the Right Reverend Justin Duckworth, Bishop of Wellington, on this op ed piece, and as it's topical - and a nice Christmas story - we thought we'd share it with you...

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At the end of last month we followed the story about how people had started the "1 in 5 British Muslims..." hashtag which became a movement, a campaign even, against The Sun newspaper's headline of "1 in 5 British Muslims feels sympathy towards Jihadists" with interest. The Sun, as it tends to do, had taken the results of a poll they ran out of context and had rephrased statements. The questions in the poll only allowed a narrow field of answers and the sample was actually very small.

Having recently returned home to New Zealand after years living abroad in China, London, and Sydney, our founder and MD, Caleb Hulme-Moir, explores the reintegration experience for Kiwis coming home in this piece from the NZ Sunday Star Times.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/travel/73962487/what-to-do-when-the-oe-ends


We don't know about China or Sydney, but London certainly isn't the same without him.

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