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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.
Sunday, 15 July 2018
PNG's APEC Venue on Track for Early Completion
PNG's Star Mountain Plaza, which will host leaders from around the world at the APEC forum, is expected to open ahead of its planned schedule according to developers.
Tuesday, 10 April 2018
Kiwis Say WiFi, Smartphones & Coffee Now Necessities of Life – Research
Forget water, food and shelter - Kiwis now believe WiFi, smartphones, a daily coffee and hot showers are the basic necessities of life according to new research.
Tuesday, 20 March 2018
New Kiwi Facial Recognition Technology Helps Repair Relationships
Kiwi programmers have successfully taught a computer to distinguish between a cat’s face and its rear-end in a move developers say will help improve relationships with the notoriously aloof animal.
Monday, 5 March 2018
Thousands Set to Benefit from $1 Million Fund
Thousands of Kiwis are set to benefit from a charitable initiative which will see $1million allocated to community organisations that help a range of health, cultural, environment, education and other causes.
Tuesday, 13 February 2018
Goodness grows on trees in So Good pop-up edible garden
Members of the public are being treated to a unique culinary experience from So Good, in the form of an entirely man-made edible pop-up garden at Takutai Square in Auckland’s Britomart this February 8th and 9th.
Tuesday, 19 December 2017
Parents Warned to Monitor Digital Device Use with Kids Hearing at Risk - Expert
Parents are being warned to monitor digital device use over the Christmas holiday season as the impact of loud music can cause Noise-Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) among Kiwi children, according to a leading expert.
Friday, 8 December 2017
Meat The Alternative... Protein That's Grown Not Bred
Thought you needed animals to get protein? Not anymore.
Wednesday, 6 December 2017
Initiative to Support Kiwi Student Startups Launches
An annual initiative to find New Zealand’s most promising student entrepreneurs has launched - offering the winner a chance to compete at the international finals in Toronto.
Thursday, 30 November 2017
World First Research Shows Effectiveness of Medicine for Kiwis with Asthma
A new study has found that a recently funded asthma medicine is almost twice as likely to control the symptoms of the disease than the usual medications taken by patients each day.
Eye Care Initiative Announced for Wellington Special Olympics
Hundreds of Special Olympics athletes from around NZ will be screened for undiagnosed eye conditions with the support of a local charity.
New Interactive Tool to Help Kiwis Living with HIV
Kiwis living with HIV will now have access to a new interactive tool to help them overcome a range of treatment barriers and better communicate with their healthcare providers.
Friday, 24 November 2017
Christmas Comes Early to The Capital with Pop Up Initiative
Wellingtonians will be treated to a festive transformation in the lead up to Christmas, with activations, markets, music and workshops set to be involved in a local pop-up initiative.
Wednesday, 22 November 2017
Growing Kiwi Demand for Bubble Tea Drives Retail Expansion
Increasing Kiwi demand for an Asian beverage known as bubble tea will see Australasia's fastest growing tea brand double the number of their New Zealand stores next year.
Friday, 17 November 2017
Touch, Paws, Engage – Turn Treat Time into Playtime with new Temptations™ Snacky Mouse™!
Monday, 13 November 2017
Culturally Based Programmes Needed to Reduce Rate of Severe Asthma in NZ - Experts
Culturally targeted healthcare programmes based in churches and on marae are needed to help reduce the impact of severe asthma in Pasifika and Māori communities according to local experts.
Thursday, 2 November 2017
Touch, Paws, Engage – Turn Treat Time into Playtime with new Temptations™ Snacky Mouse™!
Friday, 29 September 2017
Kiwi Employees to benefit from World First Preventative Healthcare Initiative
Kiwi workers and their families are set to benefit from a world first healthcare initiative which will see them provided with free access to up to forty preventative health services.
Monday, 25 September 2017
Purify Your Kids' Listening Experience with Noise Optimising Headphones from Puro Sound Labs!
Friday, 22 September 2017
Sweet or Savoury? Indulge Both Your Snacking Personalities Guilt-Free Thanks To Fibre One™ Salted Caramel Squares!
Snack time is looming - left brain says salty, right brain says sweet.
Wednesday, 13 September 2017
Kiwi Apathy Towards Cholesterol Concerning
A new study which found Kiwis do not consider the potential impact of their food choices on their cholesterol levels is worrying according to a leading academic expert.
Weet-Bix to Combat High Cholesterol
Kiwis’ Cholesterol Levels Set to Benefit from New Food Innovation
A new innovation to a breakfast food first introduced almost 90 years ago will see the country’s most popular cereal brand introduce a new product containing plant sterols which are clinically proven to reduce LDL (or bad) cholesterol by up to nine per cent in four weeks.
Tuesday, 5 September 2017
Purify Your Pores and Embrace Softer, Smoother Skin with Pore Extractor Pomegranate Mask
Friday, 25 August 2017
Future Vehicle Designs will Solve Modern Lifestyle Challenges - Car Maker
Vehicle designs of the future will take into account the evolving demands of our modern lifestyle - including how to stop your bag of takeaways from spilling on your front seat, according to a leading car maker.
Tuesday, 25 July 2017
Give Your Body A Boost with Retin-Oil - No Prescription Needed!
Beautifully Youthful Skin Is At Your Fingertips with Hand Chemistry
Friday, 21 July 2017
The Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed as a guarantee of safety of EU pork, beef and their products
The quality of beef, pork and their products, including the level of their contamination with pathogens has a significant impact on the health of consumers.
NZ Businesses Falling Behind In Corporate Social Responsibility
Some of New Zealand’s largest businesses are lagging behind their international counterparts in their levels of corporate social responsibility (CSR) according to new data.
Monday, 17 July 2017
West Auckland Couple Say Strategy Key To Big Competition Win
A West Auckland couple bet 200 competitors to win a World trip for two as part of a 4km treasure hunt competition in the central city on Saturday.
Friday, 14 July 2017
Local Charities Encouraged to Apply for Share of $1 Million Fund
A local charity which received more than $100,000 in a lump sum donation is encouraging other charitable organisations to get behind an initiative which could see them secure a share of a million dollar fund.
Tuesday, 11 July 2017
NZ Insurers Slow to Process Vehicle Claims - Survey
The average time taken to repair a vehicle in New Zealand could be reduced by a third if insurers reduce unnecessary red tape according to a new industry survey.