As the artificial mist from its post-conference grime party settles Labour’s proximity to power hasn’t seemed this real in ages. This is a remarkable turnaround for a party that only last year seemed utterly divided between the doldrums of the conference centre and the radical energy of the Momentum fringe events. How can the Tories […]
Monthly Archives: September 2017
All that remains of Bell Pottinger is a burnt-out shell. Scraps will be salvaged and the less toxic parts could, with careful handling, be rebranded into something vaguely respectable. But the company as we know it has been read its last rights. Few will mourn. Stirring up racial tension in a country where sensitivities are […]
The Week, 6th September 2017 Mark Borkowski, founder of Borkowski PR, told the BBC: “If you are employed to manage a reputation and your reputation is shot, then it is not a good day.” Read the full article here.
BBC News, 6th September 2017 “If you are employed to manage a reputation and your reputation is shot, then it is not a good day,” said Mark Borkowski, founder of Borkowski PR. Read the full article here.
CBC News, 30th August 2017 “We’ve bought into the marriage of the young royals who are channelling their mother and channelling the fact that by hook or by crook their mom changed the Royal Family … forced them into a new way of communicating,” says Mark Borkowski, a British public relations expert who has worked with […]