Hot Off The Press: Our Clients' Latest and Hottest Coverage
We hope your month of (Plastic Free) July is going well. While we are enjoying the sunshine, we are also working hard to get awesome press coverage for our clients.
From a beautiful double-spread in Psychologies magazine on how to live out of the box, to an interview in the Evening Standard during London Climate Action Week, and a guide on how to use travel as therapy in Female First, it's been a busy month at Dare PR!
We've selected our 3 favourite pieces:
Giki in the Evening Standard
Jo Hand, co-founder of the sustainable mobile app Giki, was interviewed by the Evening Standard to discuss the different ways to be a more responsible consumer. For more information on Giki's many easy-to-use features and its new Low Carbon Footprint badge, visit www.gikibadges.com
Puja K McClymont in Female First
The NLP mindset coach who tells the truth has returned to Female First to share why travelling can be beneficial for our mental health, and sometimes the best therapy. We couldn't agree more! To know more about Puja and her upcoming retreat in Malaga, Spain on 4 September 2019, visit www.franklycoaching.com
Nick Haines and Runa Magnus in Psychologies
Last but not least, Nick Haines and Runa Magnus, aka The Change Makers weigh in on why we shouldn't box people in, in this heartwarming feature entitled "Living in a Box" in Psychologies magazine (July issue). For more information about The Change Makers, visit www.nomoreboxesmovement.com
We are so proud to see our clients doing so well and work very hard to make this happen. If you need help with your mindful business, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to help!