Impact PR: Fleur Revell
Individual // Business // New Zealand
Member since: 14 July 2008
Profile views: 37668
Impact PR - Led by Qantas Award winning journalist Fleur Revell, and Mark Devlin, Impact PR is a boutique public relations and advertising agency. The firm is known as one of the more astute PR Companies Auckland has to offer.
The New Zealand PR agency specialises in brand-building communications. Fleur Revell utilises her wealth of experience in television, publishing, newspapers and marketing communications to deliver meaningful and measurable results to clients.
Impact PR helps clients to positively showcase their brands, resulting in a desirable public image and valuable third party endorsement.
Along with securing optimum and targeted coverage for clients, Impact PR offers in-depth and succinct media training. The PR firm has helped many clients to prepare for the spotlight; giving them the tools to effectively deliver their key messages and use their media time to its full potential.
Impact PR also offers advertising support to clients, managing their media research, planning, media buying and placing advertising. The PR agency understands its clients’ needs, making sure they always receive maximum results for their ad spend.
As an Auckland event management company, Impact PR has hosted numerous successful events for clients. Events specialist Fleur Revell believes the key is to plan for all outcomes, and always be prepared. She is able to see the event from guests’ perspective and create a high-impact offering which is both enjoyable for them and effective for the client.
The Impact PR team prides itself on professionalism while hosting client events, making sure to meet the needs of both the media and the client.
In-house celebrity endorsement specialist Fleur has had extensive experience in leveraging celebrity support. She is able to identify the potential issues that can arise and anticipate a solution before they occur; making sure a celebrity’s involvement in promoting a brand is successful for all those involved.
Impact PR offers crisis support to clients where negative publicity arises; arming them with the skills to achieve the desired outcome in these situations. This service is well utilised by clients, making the PR agency extremely experienced in this area.
Give the strong relationships Impact PR has with media, they have been able to quell negative exposure for their brands on many occasions.
In the same vein, the PR company (Auckland) offers online reputation management by monitoring material created by online traffic and professional journalism. This gives clients an insight into how their brand is perceived by the wider public, while also giving them the opportunity to rectify damaging material.
The PR firm also offers Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), utilising the skills of an expert consultant who is able to help clients achieve lucrative top rankings in Google. With a higher ranking, clients will receive more traffic to their websites and heighten brand awareness.
For clients in need of a website for their brand, Impact PR can provide website design services. Working alongside a distinguished designer who specialises in web concepts, graphics and interface design, the company ensures clients have the means to best market their brand on the web.
With the rise of social media, Impact PR fosters the trend towards companies growing their online presence. Using the likes of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram the PR agency generates and monitors social media coverage in a way which helps to it to position its brands positively to consumers and media.
By employing a purposeful PR strategy, Impact PR secures valuable social media coverage with its clients’ overall business or brand objectives in mind.
Friday, 2 December 2016
Kiwi Olympic Heroes Up and Going Again
After taking a bit of time out to soak up their achievements in Rio, Olympic medallists Luuka Jones and Sam Meech have set their sights on their next big challenges.
New Pharmac Funded Drug to Benefit Maori
Māori will benefit from Pharmax’s decision to fund a new medicine that combats HIV, an advocate for Māori living with the life-threatening disease says Marama Pala, an advocate for Māori living with HIV
Pala, 45, was diagnosed with HIV in 1993 when she was 22, and is the first Māori woman to announce her HIV positive status.
Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Expert expresses concern regarding lack of national conversation on the increasing number of HIV cases in NZ
Stigma and silence about sexual health has seen an increase in the number of New Zealanders contracting HIV, according to a local expert.
Thursday, 24 November 2016
Grain Packed Goodness Just Got a Whole Lot Tastier Thanks to New Old El Paso Whole Grain Stand n Stuff Tortillas!
Throw on your chef’s sombrero and whip up a feast that’s worthy of a fiesta with new Old El Paso Whole Grain Stand ’N Stuff Tortillas – the deliciously healthier way to eat the Mexican flavours you love!
Packed with the goodness of whole grains, new Old El Paso Whole Grain Stand ’N Stuff Tortillas are simple to fill, hold and eat.
Wednesday, 23 November 2016
Have Your Cake and Eat It, with Betty Crocker Devil's Food Cake!
Be Beautiful Around The Clock This Party Season with La Mav Organic BB Crème!
Give Your Skin The Kiss Of Summer with La Mav Sunkissed Bronzer
Lazy days and balmy nights got you feeling like a summer fling? Get your glow on and give your skin the kiss of sunshine with La Mav Sunkissed Bronzer!
The clever way to achieve naturally radiant-looking skin, La Mav Sunkissed Bronzer is the ethical choice for a little extra glow day or night.
Wednesday, 16 November 2016
Supercharge Your Day with Goodness Kitchen Energy Smoothie!
Early starts just not your thing? Never been a morning person? Wake up with the birds and do the dawn chorus in style with a Goodness Kitchen Energy Smoothie – the simple, tasty way to fuel your day the right way!
Goodness Kitchen Energy Smoothie Bases are 100 per cent natural, pure, blended, small batch smoothie bases.
Thursday, 10 November 2016
Glow with Inner Health thanks to Goodness Kitchen Antioxidant Smoothie!
Wednesday, 9 November 2016
School Students win competition to Feature on Weet-Bix Packaging
Five primary and intermediate school students from around the country will have their faces pictured on Sanitarium Weet-Bix boxes this summer, after taking out the winning spots in a national competition.
Monday, 31 October 2016
Sing to your senses with Alice Herald's ready-to-wear jewellery collection
Since the dawn of her career, luxury jewellery designer Alice Herald has been motivated by her environment, and the release of Our Song, Let’s Fly, the founding collection of her new Herald label, is no exception.
Morning or Afternoon, Make Tea-Time a Breeze with Betty Crocker Triple Chocolate Fudge Brownie!
The sunny season is officially here, which means more impromptu catch ups with friends and family over a cuppa and delicious treat out on the deck in the sunshine.
Peer to Peer Model Set to Reduce National Shortage of Rental Vehicles
The strategic investment in a peer-to-peer car rental company is expected to help ease a shortage of vehicles throughout New Zealand according to a leading tourism operator.
Tuesday, 11 October 2016
Safety comes first - high sanitary standards concerning production of European pork, beef and their products.
Management of quality and safety of pork, beef and their products is the most important condition for elimination of hazards within the production chain.
Friday, 30 September 2016
Refresh Your Skin for a Radiant Summer with PRP at the Skin Institute
Love the idea of rejuvenated skin but hate the thought of invasive treatments? Refresh your skin the natural way with Platelet Rich Plasma Transfer (PRP) to give your skin a boost ready for summer.
A natural method of facial rejuvenation available at Skin Institute, PRP can restore your youthful glow.
Friday, 23 September 2016
Afternoon Tea Time? Fill Up Without Filling Out, Thanks To Fibre One – The Delicious Low Calorie Snack!
Afternoon tea time? Fill up without filling out and keep your waistline wonderful thanks to Fibre One, the tasty new low-calorie snack that lets you satisfy your cravings.
Wednesday, 14 September 2016
Aucklanders Front Up to Lend Job-Seeking Women a Hand
Hundreds of commuters in downtown Auckland got ‘nood’ for a good cause raising thousands of dollars in cash and donated clothing for charity Dress for Success.
Dare To Bare At Breakfast Time, with new Naturally Nood!
Tuesday, 6 September 2016
So Mini Ways to Taco and Lighten Up Your Summer Entertaining with New Old El Paso Mini Stand n Stuff Tacos and Tortillas!
Say hola to a whole lot of tasty new meal ideas with new Old El Paso Mini Stand n Stuff Tacos and Tortillas – the deliciously different way to lighten up your summer entertaining repertoire!
New Old El Paso Mini Tortillas are ‘boat-shaped’, soft, yummy and super simple to fill, hold and eat.
Media Perceptions of the European Union
Europe House at Auckland University of Technology (AUT) played host on 13 July to a lively debate on media perceptions of the European Union (EU).
Monday, 5 September 2016
Kiwi Business Launches First Invisible Hearing Aid
New Zealanders suffering from hearing loss who are self-conscious about wearing visible aids are set to benefit from the introduction of a new type of implanted hearing technology.
Wednesday, 31 August 2016
Volvo to recruit 400 engineers to expedite development of self driving and electric cars
Volvo is launching one of the largest engineering recruitment drives in its 89-year history as it boosts the development of next generation safety, autonomous driving and electrification technologies.
Thursday, 25 August 2016
New Study Reveals Value of Teachers in NZ Education
The quality of teaching staff is significantly more important than a school’s resources; class size, or management in determining the education outcomes of our children, according to a new study.
Friday, 19 August 2016
Volvo and Uber join forces to develop autonomous driving cars
Volvo and Uber, have formed a strategic alliance to develop next generation autonomous driving cars.
Wednesday, 17 August 2016
Tourism Boost Expected As Unique Volcanic Phenomenon Begins in Hawai'i
Hawaiian Airlines says it is expecting an increase in volcanic tourism numbers as word of a unique natural event spreads.
Maori and Pacific Island Children to Benefit from Newly Funded Vaccine - Expert
Maori and Pacific Island children will benefit significantly from the change in formulation of a funded vaccine designed to prevent the most common form of hearing loss among young people, according to a Starship Paediatric Ear Nose and Throat Specialist.
Tuesday, 16 August 2016
New Autonomous Vehicle Technology Set to Make Towing Safer
New technology is set to solve a problem that has plagued drivers for generations - how to reverse a trailer without creating a jack-knife.
Friday, 12 August 2016
NEW Tasti Made Simple Wholefood Bars! Snacking Done Right
It’s cold, you’re hungry, and that chocolate bar, packet of biccies and salty chips have never looked more inviting.
All Blacks School Visit A Welcome Surprise For Students
Students at Mt Wellington’s Panama Road school were treated to a visit from a group of All Blacks both past and present as part of a surprise breakfast event.
Wednesday, 10 August 2016
Sanitarium named most trusted Breakfast Food Brand - Survey
Sanitarium’s recognition as the country’s most trusted breakfast food brand is a reflection of the high esteem and loyalty Kiwis have for it, according to the New Zealand company’s head.