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PR Projects

Your PR Projects archive

This archive contains just a few of the PR projects carried out by BIAZA members every year. Many of these projects are BIAZA annual award winners and commendations.

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Dec 5, 2013

The Black Country and Birmingham has the largest local news interest area outside of London - an area which mainly focuses on international news.

Dec 5, 2013

More than five years in the planning, and over a year in construction, ZSL London Zoo’s brand new flagship exhibit Tiger Territory was launched successfully to the world’s media in spring 2013 generating coverage worth more than £1m for the launch alone and a total EAV of more than £7.5m.

Dec 6, 2012
Service personnel and their families invited for a free day out
Dec 6, 2012
ZSL London Zoo strategy to ensure a prominent profile during a highly competitive period
Dec 6, 2012
Celebrating 175 years of Bristol Zoo Gardens
Dec 6, 2012
Grand opening of the Diamond Jubilee Quarter (DJQ)
Nov 30, 2011

Raising the profile of western lowland gorillas at home and abroad

Nov 28, 2011

Amba’s life saving surgery

Nov 28, 2011

Dinosaurs at large!

Nov 28, 2011

Project Ocean


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