High achieving women

Read our latest blog written by our Managing Director, Caroline Woffenden. I’m a proud advocate of working women. We have a lot to thank our ancestors for in nudging us ever nearer to the table of equality. There’s still a way to go, granted, in what continues to be seen as a patriarchal world across […]

Staying alone together

The ways in which we connect to one another have drastically changed as a result of the current state of the world due to the ongoing pandemic. During this period I’ve really started to think about community and relationships, and what that means to me personally. Right now, many of us are working from home […]

Tips to ensure you stay productive whilst working from home

In response to the most recent guidance set out by The Government, the MK team has taken the decision to practice social distancing as a precautionary measure to ensure that we reduce social interaction and the likely transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19). For some, the opportunity to work from home may be the dream they have […]

Connecting Through the Kitchen

Cooking has always been a part of my life in a big way, whether I realised it or not. Growing up as an immigrant in Dubai, the biggest link to my Indian heritage was the hours I would spend helping my mother make traditional dishes that didn’t just taste like home but felt like it […]

The power of social media for SMEs

Read our latest blog written by our Senior Communications Executive Gina Francey. In 2019, over half the UK’s population (58%) were actively using social media from a mobile device, according to statistics released by Statista. Being born in the nineties, I have often been at the receiving end of comments such as “you were born […]

The CIPR Sheffield Learning from Leaders Roundtable

Our Managing Director Caroline Woffenden shares her thoughts on a roundtable event she joined to discuss the PR industry in Sheffield. CIPR, the industry body of the Public Relations ‘profession’ (for those that aren’t aware…) hosted a Sheffield Roundtable earlier this week. An inaugural gathering for the city. I was pleased to attend, representing my […]

Public relations – what does it mean?

Read our latest blog written by our Communications Director, Ashlea McConnell. When people ask me what I do for a living I am often guilty of delivering a somewhat over simplified answer. I write news on behalf of various companies with a view to getting them coverage in the paper, on TV and Radio, and […]

MAC CONSTRUCTION CONSULTANTS – CASE STUDY

Overview MAC Construction Consultants are a privately owned construction consultancy working with an extensive and varied list of clients. They provide a variety of services across a wide range of sectors including automotive, education, healthcare, industrial, infrastructure, leisure, office, residential, retail and waste sectors. They operate nationally from offices in Bristol, London, Leeds, Manchester, Milton […]

CASE STUDY – TSUKI

Overview Tsuki was looking to enter the Sheffield market with ‘impact’, developing a brand presence among target audiences, building on the ad-hoc media relations / interviews to date, to generate positive opinion, and drive footfall. MK Brief MK was asked to focus on media relations to support a wider marketing offer. The core objectives being: […]

CASE STUDY- RSPCA

Overview RSPCA Sheffield Animal Centre is located next door to the MK, NCG Head Quarters, and so quite literally is a charity, close to our heart. The Centre rehabilitates and rehomes unwanted, neglected and abandoned cats and dogs from across the city. They charity does not receive any funding from the government or local authority […]