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We know you have a solution to emerging issues faced by society. Let us help you improve your media engagement and increase your organisation’s visibility in the industry.

Promote your research product 

We help you promote your latest findings and innovative solutions to journalists and the public. 

Increase visibility 

We help you to create interesting content, build relationships with journalists, engage with consumers and improve your communication strategy.

Opinion pieces 

Be a thought-leader in your industry and express your opinion on issues relating to your research scope.  

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Training for media interviews 

We offer workshops on how to interact with the media by providing hands-on experience in interview skills. Learn how to conduct press conferences and write press releases/statements. 

Master that elevator pitch

Elevator pitches can be useful in many situations such as during an interview or networking event. We help you improve your pitch so it is focused, concise and relevant to your audience.


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