October 2, 2017 Alex Bean

           By Alex Bean Recycle for Wales released a report stating that people between the age of 18-34 are less likely to recycle compared to the older generation.  The report went on to say that the reason behind this was due to youngsters not understanding what items are actually recyclable.   From…

September 11, 2017 Alex Bean

By Alex Bean Like nearly every upcoming graduate I panicked when my final few months of university were approaching and I had not yet decided what I wanted to do, either after University or with my entire life. Surrounded by students who were in the same sinking boat as me and others who knew exactly…

May 19, 2017 HanickeRobinsSanderson

There was amazing coverage yesterday for our client The Recycling Association and how it had picked Pringles and Lucozade bottles as among the least recyclable packaging in the UK.   The Recycling Association chief executive Simon Ellin appeared on BBC Breakfast on BBC 1, was interviewed on BBC 5 Live Breakfast (clip here http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p053839t) and it…

January 4, 2017 HanickeRobinsSanderson No comments exist

By Adrienne   Last night I went to the supermarket – and broke one of my New Year’s resolutions. No, I didn’t buy chocolate (well, OK, I did, but that’s not the point).   The point of failure wasn’t so much buying the chocolate (Jaffa Cakes and Chocolate Digestives, in case you’re wondering); the failure…

December 14, 2016 HanickeRobinsSanderson No comments exist

By Paul   I’m sure like for most people, 2016 has been a really busy year for me – in a good way obviously.   Christmas is one of the few times when I can really switch off for a while. The email alerts on my phone dwindle to a trickle, and it gives me…

November 11, 2016 HanickeRobinsSanderson No comments exist

        By Adrienne   This time last year I was somewhat underwhelmed with the John Lewis Christmas ad. And I said as much here. I also questioned whether it was time to go with something new. (Read the blog here).   It wasn’t.   Yesterday it was that time of year again…

October 24, 2016 HanickeRobinsSanderson No comments exist

  It’s been a busy few months her at HRS Towers. Which is a good thing. And the technical nature of our projects has got us thinking: can technical PRs ever match the creativity that a PR generalist can bring?   Our answer is a resounding YES.   Technical PR doesn’t = boring. In fact, quite…

March 17, 2016 HanickeRobinsSanderson No comments exist

          By Kirsty Rainbow bagels, Cragels (part croissant and part bagel, and a promise to sell breakfast all day if you are nice are just some of the offerings from The Bagel Store in Brooklyn, NY.   Scott Rossillo, the self proclaimed world’s premier bagel artist is a native Brooklynite an…

February 16, 2016 HanickeRobinsSanderson No comments exist

  By Adrienne   Are you responsible for your company or organisation’s B2B exhibitions programme? If so, you’re just the person we’re looking for – because it’s you that holds the key to creating and delivering better event experiences.   When we set up Hanicke Robins Sanderson we knew, from experience, that many B2B exhibitions…