Crisis management PR 2017-11-16T15:48:14+00:00

Crisis management PR

Crisis management PR

As a company we have chosen to work in sectors that can sometimes be controversial. Agriculture agribusiness, land use, planning, and certainly country sports, all have their detractors keen on stirring up controversy. But they are industries we are passionate about and ones we want to play our part in defending.

How we handle ourselves in a crisis speaks volumes about who we are and what we are about. When a company has a bad day it’s vital that the people within it do the right thing and are seen to do the right thing. But where do you turn when journalists are jamming the phone lines and photographers crowd outside your office door waiting for a photo?

It is situations like this where Red Stag Media excels because at one time we were those journalists and photographers. We are experts at helping companies deal with events that have the potential to adversely affect their reputation. The best place to start is always a robust emergency plan – and that plan needs a PR component. We have helped many companies shape their crisis management plans, so relax, take a deep breath and give us a call on 01430 478553 or email Nick.

.

Our latest blogs

  • Farm Expo PR

Case study: Raising awareness of Farm Expo – Kent’s newest farm machinery show

April 24th, 2019|0 Comments

When Kent County Agricultural Society wanted to promote their new agricultural event, Farm Expo, they appointed Red Stag Media as their PR partner. Farm Expo, which saw its inaugural running on March 6th at the [...]

  • Pigeon shooting

Now’s the time to build a war chest to defend field sports

April 24th, 2019|0 Comments

Like many thousands of people in the field sports community, I woke up this morning hoping Natural England’s announcement to withdraw the General Licence from tomorrow (Thursday, April 25th) was just a bad dream. Sadly, [...]

Time to reflect as shooting season draws to a close

January 29th, 2019|0 Comments

As another shooting season draws to a close, it’s important to take a moment to reflect on the months just passed and those that lie ahead. Personally, it has been my least successful shooting season [...]

  • Driffield Show

How to get the most from the summer show season

July 26th, 2018|0 Comments

With scores of businesses heading to Ragley Hall this weekend for the Game Fair, the summer show season is well underway. And with partners desperately looking to find some way of entertaining their holiday kids [...]