As PR professionals, we live for the buzz of generating results and exceeding campaign KPIs. But, sometimes, things don’t always go exactly to plan, despite your best efforts, and crisis communications experience is needed. What happens when things go wrong? Here are some horror stories (not of Tonic’s making 😬)
Over the years we’ve carved a specialism as a leading healthcare communications agency, and this was reinforced by our PRWeek top 150 healthcare agencies listing (we’re in the top 40!) In our latest blog, we answer the question often asked of us. Do I need a specialist healthcare communications agency?
Communicating during COVID-19 presented challenges to many businesses. The Tonic helped its clients navigate the noisy media landscape, developing newsworthy content that achieved national results. Check out what we’ve been up to since the pandemic hit, in this short video… This showcases how: Communicating during COVID is important – your
Broadcast PR is a key part of what we do, so we dive in to the launch of the latest national radio station Times Radio is a new national speech radio station that launched on Monday 29th June – and featured Boris Johnson giving the first broadcast interview since his
We’re living in unprecedented times, and we know it. Such has been the impact of the global pandemic that everyday life has been turned on its head. So it’s not surprising that our language has had a surprise overhaul too. The Oxford English Dictionary usually makes its updates each quarter.
Two important Commons committee meetings have discussed the future of broadcasting and journalism, with worrying conclusions. It comes as the Guardian publishes a report from Oxford University showing that the public’s trust in media has ‘fallen off a cliff’ in the past five years. In case you missed it –
A Nottingham PR and content agency marking eight years in business has been highlighted as the best consultancy in the Midlands for its healthcare expertise. The Tonic Communications – head-quartered in the Lace Market since it was founded in 2013 – is named by industry bible, PR Week, in the
As Ministers yesterday announced a further ‘minimum’ three-week extension to the coronavirus lockdown, I reflect on the first four weeks of social isolation. March 23rd 2020 will go down in history as the date the Prime Minister addressed the nation and told us all to stay indoors – unless you
Tonic Co-founder Georgina blogs about her vegan experience Anyone who knows me knows I love my food. I love to eat out and cook, so with a New Year’s resolution in mind, I liked the idea of challenging myself to be a bit more adventurous in January. Trialling vegan recipes and seeing how readily accessible vegan