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PR Jobs at Punch

Punch Communications is an integrated PR, search and social media agency with a strong understanding of how each discipline enhances and underpins the others.

Since the business started in 2003, Punch has achieved significant growth and we are always looking to fill PR jobs with talented professionals who are also great team players to help drive the business forward.

From account executives to account directors, we seek people who display professionalism, creativity, and the ability to competently handle both clients and media contacts.

Punch also offers a range of SEO jobs and social media jobs for candidates of all experience levels.

If you are looking for a PR agency, be sure to check out the wide range of services we have to offer.

Want to join our team?
Please contact working@punchcomms.com
Or call +44 (0) 1858 411 600

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Punch Search Engine Intelligence 11/12/2014

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  • Google Updates App Indexing For Android
  • Bing Continues Its Quest To Make Search Easier

Case Study

MyVillage

Consumer PR campaign for a network of community websites promoting local events and listings around the UK.

 

MyVillage appointed Punch Communications for PR services.

Blog

One Small Step For Man, One Giant Leap For Social Media?

Ten years ago a rocket launched from Kourou, French Guiana, on a mission that cost around £1 billion and seemed fraught with difficulties. This week, after a decade in orbit, the spacecraft Rosetta finally reached its destination - a comet which is currently hurtling through space at 34,000mph.

In this image, shared on Twitter, Philae was just 3km away from the comet when this photo was taken