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Top Safety Accreditation for Endeavour Forklifts

By |November 23rd, 2016|Endeavour Forklifts, Latest News, Public Relations|

Local business Endeavour Forklifts has been awarded Safecontractor accreditation for its commitment to achieving excellence in health and safety. Safecontractor is a leading third party accreditation scheme which recognises very high standards in health and safety management amongst UK contractors.

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Does your business suffer from Parkinson’s Law of Triviality?

By |December 9th, 2014|Beno, Latest News, Public Relations, Windsor|

Best known for his adage, “Work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion” former 1950s civil servant, C. Northcote Parkinson, has passed into business folklore as a wry observer of corporate culture. So much so that the law has even gone global, as Mikhail Gorbachev observed in 1986, when Alessandro Natta complained about a swelling bureaucracy in Italy, “Parkinson's Law works everywhere".

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Rushlift Help Drive Calsonic Kansei Business Forward

By |July 29th, 2014|Latest News, Public Relations, Rushlift|

Having decades of experience means that Rushlift can provide the optimal solution for the customer’s needs. This is why Rushlift work with some of the largest, widely recognised industrial businesses, such as Calsonic Kansei.

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Willkommen! Bienvenue! Benvenuto!…Swisslog!

By |February 14th, 2012|Doncaster Marketing, Latest News, Public Relations, Swisslog|

Team Beno would like to officially welcome on board our latest PR client Swisslog UK! With their global head office based in Buchs, Switzerland - Swisslog are a worldwide provider of logistics solutions for warehouses, distribution centres and hospitals that pride themselves on their fantastic customer support, entrepreneurial spirit and their outstanding products….just the kind of client we love! Our aim now is to provide them with some top-notch PR stories in these next few months to really help them smash their marketing objectives for 2012. Welcome to the family Swisslog! You’re gonna love us… Keep a look out for all latest Swisslog news stories here!

Mexmast Joins Doosan Network

By |October 28th, 2011|Danielle, Doosan, Latest News, Public Relations, TB Marketing|

Congratulations to our clients Mexmast and Doosan who have got it together in the best possible sense… Doosan is pleased to announce the appointment of Mexmast as an official distributor of our forklift equipment. Based in West Sussex, Mexmast is one of the largest independent forklift companies in the South East supplying new and used forklifts to their growing customer base. Tim Waples, UK director and general manager of Doosan Industrial Vehicles said, “We are delighted to have the opportunity to work with Mexmast and believe they will make a strong addition to our dealer portfolio. They have a wealth of experience dealing with large companies and a long established stability to the business. “We are very happy to be welcoming them to the Doosan family.” […]

A Bit Of A ‘Situation’ Situation

By |August 25th, 2011|Danielle, Latest News, Public Relations, TB Marketing|

Can paying an undesirable customer not to use your products save you from brand damage- or does it because more harm than good? Concerned that its brand image was going to be tainted by the stars of popular reality TV show Jersey Shore (nope I’ve never heard of it either) US clothing brand Abercrombie & Fitch have taken the bold step of offering to pay the cast NOT to wear its clothes. […]

News That’s Dead Good

By |May 27th, 2011|Latest News, Public Relations, TB Marketing|

There can’t be many things that have stayed stuck in there from my actual university days (they were ahem, a few years or so ago afterall) but one thing that certainly stayed with me is the inevitability of communication. The idea that whatever you do and however you say it, you ARE sending a message to customers, suppliers, prospects and other key audiences. Perhaps it was the absurd analogy of a dead person communicating that they weren’t alive by ‘not breathing’ that made it so memorable. Whatever, I’m glad it stayed in there. When you consider this idea, it maybe shifts the focus on ‘whether’ you communicate, onto ‘what’. Many clients now accept the idea that bad news fills a communication vacuum. It might just be gossip or it might be malicious, but either way, it’s easy to see examples of companies getting a hard time or fending off wild rumours when there’s no official viewpoint to fall back on. […]