Social Media

Our employees have pledged to uphold the following list of principles in all their social media activities, either on behalf of Radley Yeldar or our clients.

  • Understand the rules, beliefs and desires of the online communities we communicate with.
  • Don't engage with any media on behalf of our client's without the prior knowledge, permission and guidance from the relevant client director within RY, the prior permission of our client, or if it contravenes our client's own policies.
  • Understand our clients' policies and abide by them. Where there is irresolvable conflict, our own principles prevail.
  • Disclose who you are and who you work for (both agency and client).
  • Be honest and don't pretend to be someone or something you are not.
  • Respect the privacy and contact preferences of each individual you interact with, where available.
  • Respect confidentiality and do not use language that can be deemed to be derogatory; defamatory; discriminatory or offensive.
  • Where practical, link to these principles in your opening communications.

If you believe one of our employees has breached these principles, please let us know hello@ry.com

Latest

16 July 2014

2 Golds, 3 Silvers, 2 Bronzes and a Highly recommended

We were celebrating award success on Tuesday night, at the Corporate & Financial Awards organised by Communicate Magazine. RY succeeded in bringing home 2 Golds, 3 Silvers, 2 Bronze and a Highly recommended.

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13 June 2014

Matt Wyatt wins Chip Shop Award 2014

Matt Wyatt, a member of our creative team in Birmingham, impressed the judges at this year's Chip Shop Awards so much, he walked away with 2 'Gold' awards.

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06 May 2014

Radley Yeldar encourages clients to support the FRC’s exploration of the future of digital reporting’

The Financial Reporting Lab (set up by the FRC in 2011 to help improve the effectiveness of corporate reporting) announce a project to investigate how companies are, and might in the future, use digital media in their corporate reporting.

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