Archive for: July, 2016


Looking back on 2016, Looking Forward into 2017

As the year draws to a close, we reflect on some of the exciting PR trends that we believe will become popular over the course of 2017! Influencer Marketing Throughout 2016, it came to light that the Internet was not going to shrink in neither size nor use. In fact, the playground seems to get…

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David Brent: Life On the Road

Does a struggling salesman start turning up on a bicycle? No, he turns up in a newer car – perception, yeah? David Brent Over the past three months, the Zero Degrees West team was lucky enough to support the home entertainment return of one of British comedy’s best loved characters, the cringe-worthy David Brent. David…

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Olly Murs

meets his fans in support of new music release " 24HRS" at the HMV store, London, UK

hmv Live’s Rockin’ November

hmv Live has had a jam packed November. It’s the time of year where all your favourite pop/rock stars release their latest record. hmv hosted a series of Live events across the UK and whether it was a midnight signing with rock legends Metallica at hmv Oxford Street or a smooth soulful showcase with Emeli Sande…

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Our Mission: To Team Up With Manpower UK to Find the Next Vice Admiral of Yorktown

It was a bitterly cold Friday morning that greeted us when we arrived at the Manpower UK offices in Liverpool Street in the quiet hours of the early morning. But it wasn’t in vain, for our mission was to find the next Vice Admiral of Yorktown. In celebration of the home entertainment release of Star…

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Stars Mark Rylance and Ruby Barnhill celebrate the
release of The BFG on Digital Download, Blu-ray & DVD with a visit to a giant scene at Potters Field

The BFG Spotted At Tower Bridge in London

To celebrate the home entertainment release of Steven Spielberg’s The BFG, London received a very special visit from the hopscotchy Big Friendly Giant himself! On Monday 21st November, Potter’s Fields Park, situated next to Tower Bridge, awoke to find snow had fallen on the ground, overlooking the Southbank. Imprinted in the snow were a giant…

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