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.

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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

  • The client is always right

    Horse riding event with the best worldwide socialites in the VIP area. The client’s instructions: “Keep journalists far away from that area!” The journalists: “Come on, we have to go there or we’re here doing nothing!” And you insist: “Mr. President, can we just consider the entering for journalists only for a brief moment?” The answer is clear: “No!” You take a chance and let the journalists enter in the banned area. The result: awesome media fuss and… a satisfied client!

  • In a hotel for 6 months

    In 2009 I received the challenge to move to Porto to be part of Unicer’s Communication Department while our colleague was in maternity leave. I stayed there for about 6 months, a period of time that I still remember, because the overall balance was so positive. And living in a hotel is, definitely, an unique experience!

  • What cake is this?

    I return to the office after lunch and in the reception there’s a huge cake with a client’s logotype.

    “What cake is this?” I ask, curious.

    “I don’t know, but the client is celebrating its anniversary and sent the cake to the publishing department.”

    “I really feel like having dessert. Do you mind offering everyone a slice with coffee, please?”

    Late in the afternoon, the kind colleague that cut and offered the cake storms through my office: “Catarina, after all the cake was meant for a photographic session! And now what? I didn’t even have the courage to tell them half of the cake is gone…”

    “Oh, shoot! What a mess! Well, we have to order one just like it to the pastry shop next door and I’ll pay. This is just what I needed!”

    And the rest of my afternoon was spent trying to get the same logotype – without the Internet then – and a skilled confectioner, and calming down the producer… Nice trickery my team played on me! Lack of habit. We don’t deal much with cakes in this activity!

  • Cheese

    17th February 2012, IV APED’s Congress. I was part of the production team selected for accompanying the event. And what’s the best thing that could ever happen to a person that doesn’t like cheese and can’t stand the smell of cheese, than to be working long through the evening, in a Museu do Oriente’s room full of cheeses? That’s what I call team spirit and love for my job!