Archive for date 'June 2013'

What do you want to be when you grow up?

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First it was a policeman, then the army, then a vet; now all these potential jobs have been crossed off my list for various reasons and I am left with very little idea what direction I would like my career to take....

Back Again!

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My week at Prova gave me a brilliant insight into the industry and made me want to learn more about PR. Therefore, when I decided to look for more work experience this summer, I found the process much easier as I knew I wanted another taste of the ‘Prova Experience’....

'The Prova Effect'

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Go to university, graduate, get a job; the plan was pretty simple. However, after nearly a year graduated and having seemingly devoted the last six months of my life to the joys of unreturned emails and if lucky, the occasional ‘out of office’ auto reply, I realised it was time for a change of approach. Out with traditional, paid employment, and in with the unspoken, elephant in the room – an unpaid internship....

Cleantech investment broadens its horizons

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Cleantech investment broadens its horizons

Resource efficiency is the latest buzzword in the cleantech arena and that extends to investment. Venture capitalists Turquoise International and the Low Carbon Innovation Fund (LCIF) are now looking past traditional forms of renewable energy investment, notably wind and solar, to other technologies that are now reaching maturity and present attractive returns....

Prova prepares opening for new hazardous waste plant

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Prova prepares opening for new hazardous waste plant

Prova has been working hard over the past few months preparing to launch a new £10million hazardous waste transfer and recycling facility for client Remondis in Prescot, Merseyside. Believed to be the most advanced facility of its kind in Europe, the plant will be able to process up to 69,000 tonnes of material, such as photographic film, paints, oils, cleaning products and laboratory smalls, each year....

Prova delivers broadcast coverage for Trolleywise app

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Prova delivers broadcast coverage for Trolleywise app

In the last issue of Echo, we provided a sneak preview into our upcoming campaign to unveil a new app that would allow people to report abandoned trolleys in their local communities. This month, the Prova team has launched the app – developed for Trollleywise, the trolley revival business of manufacturer Wanzl – to the consumer media....

Weathering the storm – communicating the benefits of wind power

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Weathering the storm – communicating the benefits of wind power

The development of wind farms evokes strong emotions, be it among local communities, anti-development activists such as the National Alliance of Wind Farm Action Groups, and even royalty. Having a strong communications strategy is an important part in the battle to securing planning permission, as developers can be required to fight some high level, and exceptionally influential, opposition....

Electricity Market Reform lacks depth

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Electricity Market Reform lacks depth

Published at the end of 2012 as part of the Energy Bill, the government’s plans to reform the electricity market (known as EMR) have now had a few months to be digested by the industry. The resulting consensus is that the plan is positive but it lacks meat and there are a number of questions still outstanding to give the industry real confidence moving forward....

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