Our PR Tips x Press Releases

Press releases can be a great way to spread the word about a new product, event, or other newsworthy item. Here are some tips to help you get started:

  • Have a clear purpose: What is the goal of your press release? What do you want to accomplish? Having a clear purpose in mind will help you focus your writing and ensure you are providing relevant information.
  • Use a professional tone: Press releases should be written in a professional and concise manner. Avoid using jargon, slang, or overly casual language.
  • Include all relevant details: Make sure to include all of the important details about your product, event, or news item in your press release. This includes the who, what, when, where, and why.
  • Keep it short and sweet: Press releases should typically be no more than one page in length. Keep your writing concise and to the point.
  • Include contact information: Be sure to include your contact information (such as your name, phone number, email address, and website) at the end of the press release so that people can get in touch with you for more information.

Following these tips should help you create an effective press release that will help you reach your desired audience. Good luck!

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4 Steps into Public Relations

How active have you been with your PR activities during the pandemic? Whether you’ve taken on the role yourself, reduced the team or suspended the activities altogether, then these 4 steps into Public Relations are for you.


Public Relations is considering one of the pillars of a marketing strategy. The original goal of Public Relations was to build and maintain a positive public image for a company or organization. With the arrival of internet and social media however, this definition has evolved from a one-way speech to a two-way conversation between brand and audience; where terms like “engaging”, “community” and “relationship building” have become crucial components to every PR plan.

To help you get started, I’m happy to share with you these 4 steps into our world that will make your PR life easier.



A PR greatest tool is his or her network of connections. The little black book of any PR will have contacts working within brands or media, he or she will be in touch with influencers, opinion-leaders, industry experts or collectors. This precious list will be your lifeline when taking your first steps into the PR world. So start reaching out to your community, create relationships and foster them thoughtfully.


Connect with your audience (whoever it might be, press, influencers, maybe brands, or all of them) by offering relevant content that will reach them not only professionally but emotionally as well. Never underestimate the power of an emotional connection. Tell your brand story or present a new product launch using all the tools at your disposal: videos, text and images. If you’re creative get busy, if you’re not, reach out to someone who is to do it for you. My little secret. Canva. I use it constantly, this app has saved me time and money and allows me to be as creative as I want.


Consistency is key here. Put your OCD to good use and plan ahead. Draft out your calendar with all your content management and activities. This will help you have a global view of what to publish or do, when and how. Continuously engage your audience with the right material and you’ll see your network grow organically.


Don’t limit yourself to online activities, such as social media posting or website blogging. But get out there and organize meetings, events, luncheons, press presentations etc. In today’s world, the pandemic forced some restrictions on this type of activity, but according to what level of lockdown you find yourself in, there are always ways to create highly engaging online and offline activities which still promote a safe environment, such as private meetings, small lunches, coffee invitations, as well as zoom calls, live sessions, and others. These last two provide a more personal approach to the otherwise very distant online exercises.

Using PR as part of your marketing strategy will elevate your brand, increase its visibility and promote its credibility. By growing your network, creating relevant content, engaging with your audience and broadening your online and offline activities, your PR plan can start being an active asset of your sales strategy.

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Announcing a new partnership

Relações Públicas Brasil

We are so excited to announce that we have a new partner in Brazil!

Approach Comunicação is a leading and award-winning agency in the country and most recognized for its work with brands like Rock in Rio, Lufthansa and Pepsico.

With more than 20 years of experience in the market, Approach has learned to adapt to the change of time. Thus, being always attentive to deliver the best to each client, developing content and communication projects in a strategic way. And using tactics that can involve everything from the press office to design, audiovisual, digital, advertising and public relations.

The agency wants to be better every day, with people and with the planet. They are ethical by nature and so inspire the Brazilian market to follow this path. As we share the same values and mission, this partnership came together very organically. This new collaboration will give both agencies the opportunity to exchange ideas and grow in both countries and internationally as well.

Our goal is to collaborate on different international projects; in Brazil, USA and Europe. As we merge Sparkling PR’s luxury expertise; and Approach’s know-how in segments such as real estate, finance, FMCG and others.

Contact us to learn more about how we can assist your brand with its PR & Communication activities in Brazil.

Relações Públicas Brasil


Four brands to follow

From leather goods to art, jewelry and watches; I love browsing online for new favorites among luxury brands. It’s always very exciting to come across a new “coup de coeur”. So, for this article I’ve gathered 3 brands and one artist for you, that I’ve been closely following lately and have become my favorites.

Greubel Forsey is part of those brands that I’ve admired for a long time. Their passion for watchmaking comes through every new model they launch. Desire to keep pushing those boundaries always further. Mastery of technical achievements linked directly with their never-ending search for excellence are some of the reasons why this brand is at the top of my list.

Longchamp has long been one of my favorite brands. Especially ever since they revamped their products, their branding and overall image; I’ve become completely fascinated and addicted to it. More so nowadays with their commitment to a more conscious environment, which hits home for me. Longchamp has changed many of its activities in order to limit their impact on deforestation, to ensure proper leather provenance, to implement a no-fur policy, to legitimize their tanning procedures, and to reduce waste.

Antoine Rose is one of the artist’s I most enjoy at the moment. I became familiar with his work while working with our client Bel-Air Fine Art. His photographic vision and composition details are extraordinary, and I feel that this is an artist you would never get bored of having in your home. His photographs are filled with details that would take you a lifetime to decipher.

Akillis is a brand I started working with this year, and I love what it stands for. A true reflection of its designer’s personality Caroline Gaspard; irreverent, bold and intrepid. Akillis is a brand in complete ascension with an authentic rock n’ roll attitude.



The GMT Quadruple Tourbillon had only one chapter. Today, Greubel Forsey reveals an 11 piece edition of this groundbreaking timepiece; in titanium. New materials, new colors and new finishes launch this revolutionary and modern limited edition towards unexplored horizons. The GMT Quadruple Tourbillon is an horological breakthrough designed to average out positional errors due to gravity in all situations; especially in stable wristwatch positions.


The Maison Longchamp launched an exciting new campaign featuring the Roseau. This mini top handle bag plays with volumes. With its removable strap, it can be carried in various different ways; by hand for a fashionable and confident look, or across the body for a more casual style. This “Très Paris” campaign goes beyond the traditional framework to play with clichés on the City of Light. The brand wanted to show an authentic Paris in this exercise of cinematoscope style, imbued with boldness and charm.


Antoine Rose started working on his “up in the air” series in 2002; while shooting the kitesurfing world cup in Rio de Janeiro. Being a perfectionist, he dedicated a couple of years on refining his ideas. The latest images of the series, were shot around the Hamptons shorelines and have recently been featured at the photo fever art fair in Brussels, Belgium and at the 2012 fall edition of the affordable art fair in New York, receiving a very warm welcome from the audience.
< Casual meeting, Hamptons, 2012


Jean-Claude Jitrois, the stretch-leather specialist and longtime friend has joined forces with Caroline Gaspard; the creator of AKILLIS jewelry. To design a capsule collection inspired by her recent Tattoo jewelry line. The creativity of Caroline Gaspard combines with the savoir-faire and signature pieces of the Maison Jitrois. She re-interprets these ethnic motifs through the clever use of embroidered stretch-leather meshwork.


When Art Meets Watchmaking

Our client, Bel-Air Fine Art presents yet another fantastic artist and his work. Quentin Carnaille is an exceptional artist who creates intriguing pieces. In his Horlogerie series, Quentin mixes the art of sculpture with watchmaking. It is very interesting to see how Quentin deconstructs the tangible aspect of watch mechanisms to illustrate a philosophical concept.


Quentin Carnaille was born in France in 1984. After graduating with an architecture degree in 2009, he produced his first sculpture using old timepiece mechanisms. Carnaille used the timepieces to adorn jewels or accessories – which beyond being decorative – pose the question of time and the relativity of its passage, a recurring theme in his work.

Steel, magnets, watch mechanisms sculpture – Original edition of 8 ex

Following this first phase of research; came a period of intense creativity where he diversified his use of timepiece mechanisms. Quentin freed them from their mechanical arrangement and linked them together with magnets. They began to take the appearance of real sculptures. In the Horlogerie series; Carnaille finds his own intimate rhythm turning towards the future to give his questionings a universal reach.

With Apesanteur, Carnaille goes back to the origins of time and astronomy. With this in mind, the artist produced a piece that would recreate the absence of gravity just as if it were in space. He achieved this by using magnetic levitation. A simple gesture puts this magnificent objet d’art in perpetual motion.

And so Quentin Carnaille’s research continues, somewhere between technical prowess and the wish to place art at the service of a primordial source, that of time and of mankind; or how to allow the latter to see the former not as an implacable enemy, but rather as an idea of the possible from which both are born.

To learn more about this incredible artist, visit Bel-Air Fine Art.


Since the opening of their first gallery in Geneva in 2004, the Bel-Air Fine Art group has settled in the most prestigious locations in Europe, United States and Middle East. At the head of the group, father and son François and Gregory Chabanian attach great value to present a rich selection of artists from different artistic movements. Among them, we find the optical art of Patrick Hughes and Rafael Barrios, the street art of Mr Brainwash, Alec Monopoly and Banksy and the post pop art of David Kracov, Dorit Levinstein and Patrick Rubinstein. Photographers also get a good deal on the contemporary art scene with Liu Bolin, Christian Voigt, Antoine Rose, Cécile Plaisance, Joël Moens. Bel-Air Fine Art also represents major contemporary sculptors such as Carole Feuerman, Richard Orlinski, Idan Zareski and Paul Sibuet.