The breadth of experience at Rampart, combined with a deep understanding of reactive PR and policy-driven commitment to confidentiality, uniquely positions us as the emerging leader in crisis communications.
Rampart was borne of a collaboration between communications professionals and industry experts, to service a need in the market for a genuine specialist in reactive communications.
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Since our launch, we’ve been getting on our soapbox about a number of issues relating to negative PR.
A new approach to media training has been launched by Rampart PR and its proactive PR subsidiary Uprise PR. Available for as little as £75 for an hourly session, one-to-one coaching can be carried out via telephone or Skype at short notice – cutting out travel time...read more
Tesco has seen its fair share of negative press in recent years – from the accounting fiasco to the timeless horsemeat scandal – its fair to say that they’ve struggled to keep their powder dry since 2014. Last week, Tesco announced that they’d be scrapping the...read more
Yesterday, Piers Morgan found himself in the firing line yet again, after tweeting the BBC’s highest paid talent list, ahead of the 11am embargo. In doing so, it derailed the BBC’s plans, and multiple media industry leaders took to Twitter to condemn Piers’ “naff,...read more