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The curve: My first six months at Public-i and what I’ve learned

It’s already six months since I took up my post at Public-i and it seems like a good time to reflect on what we’ve done and what I’ve learnt. First things first, get to know the people. I think I’ve now got a pretty good grip on what makes most of the people tick (and it’s ...

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Coming soon to a screen near you!

January 23rd 1985 was an historic day for citizen engagement when proceedings in the House of Lords were televised for the first time. Earl Stockton (formerly Harold MacMillan) gave a show-stealing critique of Government economic policies and the live broadcast of politics was here to stay. Traditionally there has always been a public gallery and for ...

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Our Friends in the North

I’m a passionate believer in meeting customers face to face; not just to find out what they want from Public-i but also so that I can engage with them and learn more about what they do and think. As school holidays play havoc with availability during August in England and Wales it seemed to make ...

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What’s it REALLY like to work at Public-i?

If you follow us on Twitter, you might have noticed lots of tweets recently about the various new roles we’ve got here at Public-i. It’s a really exciting time for us as we get bigger, move into new areas of business and make existing parts of the business even stronger. I’ve been at Public-i for just ...

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LGA and other musings

It’s already my third month at Public-i and I’m no longer the new kid on the block. In fact we’ve welcomed Kisoran, Tim and Sarah since I started not forgetting Debbie’s return after the birth of her daughter. With more due to start in the next few months Public-i definitely qualifies as a growing business. ...

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