The largest Public Relations expertise center

150 consultants, managers and technicians, the reference of Portuguese Communication market

LPM founded the category of Communication Consultancy in Portugal. Its activities have always been carried out, since 1986, in plain market leadership – inspired by sophisticated and demanding clients. To address new problems, innovative solutions were created, channels were discovered and methodologies invented. The scope of intervention has been extended to every discipline of Public Relations, a move that produced scale and dimension and attracted the best people in our industry. Come see THE HOUSE OF PR.

Trends Accelerators

Closest to our Clients

In our activity, dimension is a virtue. We work on a daily basis and in a continuous way, with nearly two hundreds of projects in Communications Consultancy, Media Relations, Online Reputation Management, Crisis Communication, Storyselling, Video Content, Media Communication, Web Development, Shopper Marketing and Editions. The dimension of our teams allows us to collect and share knowledge. The fact that we accompany such a high number of clients does not restrain us from an attentive follow-up, due to the methodology we use, with focused, motivated and available teams.

30 Years 30 Stories

  • What will you have to drink?

    I don’t forget the three days I went to work at a McDonald’s restaurant, because the brand demands it for everyone who works with it. The aim is to work at the restaurant, going through all stations. Since the grill to the French fries, we’re treated as any employee in its first days, and my new colleagues thought I was really going to stay in that MacDonald’s position.

    I went to the restaurant in BP Padre Cruz. As I don’t have a car, I took a taxi to the restaurant during all three days. Later I realized that I was already known as “the taxi girl.” I spent most of my time at the French fries station. In peak hours I had to hear my colleagues urging me to be faster, and oh well, I wasn’t made for that kind of job. But some of them still comforted me, saying that in the first days it was normal to be slower, and I could do better in time. They really didn’t know I was just passing by…

  • A sick person

    I had a bizarre moment as a member of LPM. I had business meetings with a client in a room whose air conditioning was always making me sneeze. At the end of the fifth meeting, the client says that I was always ill (I rarely am). Next week, I showed up for work with a cast on my arm.

  • Of whom I found here

    I could tell the story of the day that ORM became a field of expertise in LPM. I could also tell the story of when I was asked to live in Angola, and I went, and died from the heat every single day. Or how happy I felt to help organizing the NewsMuseum’s first public session at ESCS, the school where I dreamed of being a PR in the largest communication consultancy firm in the country, with the most important and sophisticated clients… But the story that pops up right from my mind is another one. It’s the story of Isabel, Catarina and Tavares. The story of Patrícia, Gonçalo, and Luís. Of Alberto, Ana Maria and Rio. It’s the story of the people I work with from forever, that are relentless and dedicated, upright and modest, even having on their hands the most complex PR projects in Portugal, and how they affected and affect my life in such a distinctive way.

  • How so, on top of a car?

    Monsaraz, Alentejo. The launching of Tourism projects of Excellence. Briefing received three days before the session. Tent installing for the session with the Prime-Minister (150 pax.) Previous technical visit done and the definition of all details set. The LPM team arrives at the location and I receive a call: “Graça, we don’t know what to do, the men installing the tent set up the structure on top of a car. They didn’t find the owner.” The result: they dismantled the tent, the firemen removed the car and, of course, the tent was set up again…