A conversation started it all

Who are your most significant relationships with? Chances are you can recall those first important conversations.

Conversations are powerful.

In business, your conversations need to influence behaviour. They can be positive, leading to new relationships. Sometimes they can be awkward, requiring careful thought on how best to tackle them.

Whatever type of conversation you need to have, Clive Reeves Public Relations can help you to define what you want to say and help you deliver it.

BCU Business School

BCU: building bridges with businesses

We’re working with Birmingham City University Business School on the launch of a unique Master’s programme that will bridge the gap between education and employment through collaboration with big name businesses.

Goodyear Dunlop EMEA GICL

Goodyear Dunlop across Europe

Our work with Goodyear Dunlop EMEA has spanned several projects, from the Geneva Motor Show to the introduction and rolling out of the EU Tyre Label. We have positioned Goodyear Dunlop as industry leaders on the subject across Europe, the Middle East and Africa with focused and forward thinking consumer and B2B communications campaigns.

Opus Ann Tonks Big Tick

The Opus family

We’re helping Opus at Cornwall Street put Birmingham firmly on the foodie map. Our campaign has seen the restaurant singled out as providing the freshest food in the city, with its daily changing ‘market menu’ garnering stellar write ups from local and national food journalists.

Conference Aston

Creating conversation at Conference Aston

Conference Aston has appointed us to help them break the news of a £2.4m investment that will transform and build its conference offering. The addition of new meeting spaces boosts Conference Aston’s portfolio, positioning it as the ideal hub for talking business in the city. 

Rachel Maclean Skills for Bham

Getting BBac to basics

Registered education charity, Skills for Birmingham has enlisted our help to bring in the Birmingham Baccalaureate with a bang.

Whisk former Apprentice Nick Holzherr in the kitchen Clive Reeves PR

What Nick did next...

We are working with tech entrepreneur Nick Holzherr, finalist on BBC1's The Apprentice this year, on the launch and execution of Whisk - the business he pitched to Lord Sugar. Whisk is a clever app that allows users to convert recipes into online shopping lists at the click of a button.

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