April 11 Brand Journalism

MGMPR Ltd will help you write submissions for business awards in Northern Ireland

Submissions, submissions and more submissions as awards season is upon us!

There are so many people in Northern Ireland doing fantastic things and our hats go off to anyone who owns their own business – it’s hard work and we know it only too well.

Now is your chance to celebrate your achievements by entering awards because behind every good business there are great people. Entering awards presents many opportunities and we have seen this at first hand with our clients. Don’t be afraid to ask for help.

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March 2 Brand Journalism

Brand journalism

What is brand journalism and why you should adopt this approach to PR

Brand journalism is a powerful communication tool combining real reporting and engaging storytelling with an organisation’s brand, experts and experiences.

Our director Eleanor McGillie explains what is brand journalism and why global companies are fast adopting this tool as a new and fresh approach to telling their stories using journalism. Throughout our website you will see examples of our brand journalism approach on behalf of our clients.

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May 2 In the Press

Shaw wins stage one as Tour of Ulster cyclists prepare for gruelling road race

Today marks Stage 2 of the AmberGreen Energy Tour of Ulster after Damien Shaw won last night’s gruelling climb up Stormont’s avenue at the time trial.

Crowds gathered last night for Stage 1, sponsored by Homecare Independent Living, to watch elite cyclists from across Europe compete for the coveted pink jersey, sponsored by AmberGreen Energy. The cyclists have departed from Belfast and are now on the road to Newry via the beautiful Spelga Dam, Mournes and Warrenpoint.

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June 9 In the Press

Lloyd Acoustics complete on a Drill Anchoring contract to retain a shifting wall

Lloyd Acoustics is an independent company specialising in the development of pile testing systems for the building and civil engineering industry.

The team at Lloyds Acoustics have completed the €700,000 contract to make safe an existing Secant Piled wall at the Heuston South Quarter (HSQ) site in Dublin.

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May 14 Case Study

Zero carbon homes are the way forward for people wanting a smarter way to live

‘Sustainable’ is no longer just a buzz word. It’s a reality and more and more people are seeking sustainable ways of living in a bid to be less reliant on volatile energy markets.

Green Future NI is a construction company which builds zero carbon homes in Ireland. MGMPR Ltd has supported Green Future NI with lobbying politicians at Stormont, organising ministerial visits, launching Northern Ireland’s first zero carbon housing development and more.

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September 9 In the Press

Zero carbon home attracts Italian students keen to learn about renewable technologies

Green Future NI built Northern Ireland’s first zero carbon house which was accredited by the governments, North and South of Ireland.

Since its official opening hoards of visitors have come to see how renewable technologies work together to create a home which is sustainable and only costs £300 per year to heat and light. The house in Co Armagh has been visited by politicians including Mark Durkan, Environment Minister.

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June 24 In the Press

Smart ECO Hub say sustainable building technologies is ‘key driver’ of green economy

Smart ECO Hub, the cross border cluster organisation for the sustainable energy sector, hosted a seminar in Co Armagh to encourage green energy businesses to work together.

Speakers at the event, which took place at Northern Ireland’s first zero carbon home to be accredited by the Government, delivered the message that sustainable building technologies is a key driver for the green economy in Northern Ireland.

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May 14 In the Press

Basil McCrea gives his full backing for zero carbon construction schemes

Northern Ireland’s first zero carbon home to be accredited by the Government has been described by Basil McCrea as “an exemplary concept”.

Mr McCrea has joined a long list of politicians to visit the zero carbon home in Middletown, Co Armagh which was built by Green Future NI. The house which is 3,000sqft costs approximately £300 per year to heat and light thanks to a blend of technologies installed at the property.

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March 20 In the Press

BUDGET 2013: Zero carbon construction company welcomes Chancellor’s Help To Buy Scheme

Chancellor George Osborne has announced the Help To Buy Scheme to open up the housing market to thousands of would-be home owners.

The Help to Buy scheme is aimed to help those people struggling to find mortgage deposits. The initiative will include £3.5 billion for shared equity loans and a Government interest-free loan worth 20 per cent of the value of a new-build house. Green Future NI says this is a step in the right direction.

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