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31Jul 2016

Welcome to St Brides Partners – A Partnership of Passionate Storytellers

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St Brides Partners provide joined-up PR/IR that is compelling, provokes action, broadens reach and adds value. We don’t over promise, but we do provide sensible, professional advice to ensure that clients are engaged with the right people and their story gets exposure across the investment community and media.

Their services include Press release and copy writing, Strategic planning and evaluation, Crisis management, M&A advice, Internal communications programmes, Media training, Press and investor meetings, Social media advice and implementation, Printing services, Website construction and content management, Corporate positioning and brand development, Design and marketing communications, Photography, Exhibition support and Event organising.

22Jul 2016

St Brides Weekly News 22-07-2016

A little over a year ago, we launched St Brides Partners – an employee owned business made up of passionate strategists and storytellers – and in that time we have grown as a company, in both size and scope. In honour of these changes, we have a brand spanking new video to give you some insight into what we do and why we love working here! You can view the video on our website.

17Jul 2016

St Brides Weekly News 15-07-2016

A little over a year ago, we launched St Brides Partners – an employee owned business made up of passionate strategists and storytellers – and in that time we have grown as a company, in both size and scope. In honour of these changes, we have a brand spanking new video to give you some insight into what we do and why we love working here! You can view the video on our website.

2Jul 2016

St Brides Weekly News 01-07-2016

This week, we have seen the fallout from the EU referendum vote dominate the news cycle and while some markets have been negatively affected by the Brexit vote, gold has experienced a resurgence. Good news for a number of our gold producers, which feature in this week’s brief.

14May 2016

St Brides Weekly News

African Potash (AFPO) renewed its licence for the Lac Dinga Project in the DRC for a further two years; Alecto Minerals (ALO) secured a JV for Karan Gold Project in Mali; Cluff Natural Resources (CLNR) finalised the sale & purchase agreement for new licences in the North Sea which it is acquiring for £1.

FinnAust Mining (FAM) completed its initial geological model at the Pituffik Titanium Project in Greenland and Keras Resources (KRS) increased its tribute gold resources by 215,000 ounces; whilst. Vast Resources (VAST) had two sets of good news – the company released its quarterly update, which shows the company continues to make solid progress towards transforming into a production company, with two mines operational, and also a prospecting licence over the Faneata tailings dam in Romania which is close to its Baita Plai mine.

8May 2016

St Brides Weekly News 05-05-2016

It’s been an election frenzy this week, with candidates in the US nearing the end of the primaries and London’s Mayoral race coming to a head at some point today. But while politics has been heating up, the real news came from the world of sport, after Leicester City spectacularly beat odds of 5,000-1 to win the Premier League title, capping off a spectacular season. To cap off another good week here at St Brides, the brief covers some of our clients’ own achievements from over the past five days. In the Brief this week …

Alecto Minerals (ALO) got a three year extension on its Kerboule exploration licences in Burkina Faso; Armadale Capital (ACP) provided an update on its ongoing exploration programme at the Mpokoto Gold Project in the DRC as it looks to increase the resource potential, extend the current life of mine and enhance the overalleconomics of the Project; MX Oil (MXO) saw production commence as the Aje Field, offshore Nigeria; Noricum Gold (NMG) commenced drilling at the Tsitel Sopeli gold target at its Bolnisi Project in the Republic of Georgia; Challenger Acquisitions‘ (CHAL) CEO snapped up a large amount of Challenger shares; while Plexus (POS) signed its ninth wellorder with Det norske.

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