Last year, I finally committed to a “daily yoga practice”. A daily practice was never something that I had felt the need to do before, and it was not a I-need-a-hobby lockdown decision. I was happy with attending a studio class twice a week, but then I went on a yoga retreat in 2019. It’s […]
In October 2019, I was fortunate to be seconded from London to PLMR’s Global Communications Alliance partner in Ottawa, Bluesky Strategy. The Canadian General Election was just days away, and the two leading political parties were much closer in the polls than an outsider might have assumed. From the UK, Justin Trudeau seemed like the […]
Should Ryanair be worried about the most recent string of negative media stories or do cheap flights reign supreme in the court of public opinion? Racist incident filmed on Ryanair flight – Ryanair criticised for inaction Portugal-based Ryanair staff face Dublin disciplinary meeting over photo Italy fines Ryanair for mass flight cancellations These are just […]
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PLMR’s Sara Ghaffari takes a look at the student accommodation sector’s resilience following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.
PLMR’s Sara Ghaffari takes a look at what opportunities Brexit presents for Canadian and British businesses.
The PLMR team are delighted our support of the Mary Seacole Memorial Statue Appeal has been recognised by Lord Soley of Hammersmith, Chair of the Appeal.
Unveiling the UK’s first statue of a named black woman, Mary Seacole