Communications to build belief and drive change

We create corporate and financial communications campaigns that build belief and effect change. Founded by senior in-house communicators, we understand the breadth of challenge organisations face. Our mission is to help our clients to win the support of the people who matter and emerge stronger and more successful.

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Communications to build belief and drive change

We create corporate and financial communications campaigns that build belief and effect change. Founded by senior in-house communicators, we understand the breadth of challenge organisations face. Our mission is to help our clients to win the support of the people who matter and emerge stronger and more successful.

WHAT WE DO

Narrative development
Narrative
development
Reputation strategy development
Reputation strategy development
Media relations and media training
Media relations
Crisis preparedness and response
Crisis preparedness and response
Financial communications
Financial and capital markets communications
Research and analysis
Research
and analysis
Content framework and creative production
Content framework and creative production
Social and digital campaign
Social and Digital Campaigns
Employee engagement
Employee
engagement
Full-service campaigns
Integrated campaigns

Why do organisations need to make more human connections with the people that matter to their success?

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Head or heart

The constituency of Esher and Walton has returned a Conservative MP to Parliament for 100 years, yet Dominic Raab is currently polling just 5 points ahead of Liberal Democrat Monica Harding in a race which illustrates the changing nature of...

Blistering Billionaires

Billionaire magnate Michael Bloomberg’s decision to run for the US Presidency put the societal value of the super-rich back in the debate this week. Bloomberg is worth an estimated $55 billion and is standing as a Democrat where his fortune is...

Revolution 2.0

Good governance in Britain famously relies on its ‘dignified’ monarchy and ‘efficient’ executive. This week both branches of Victorian writer Walter Bagehot’s dictum are in a state of toxic shock. Prince Andrew, reputedly the Queen’s favourite son, was humiliated on...

Pinky and Perky

Succession planners in the corporate world should this week behold and praise the manner of the handover of the reins of the Financial Times editorship. Lionel Barber stepped down and in his place Roula Khalaf will be taking over in January....

Peak Saudi

Saudi Arabia’s decision to list Aramco, it’s state-owned oil company, on the Riyadh stock exchange rather than in New York or London, is being positioned as a statement of national pride this week. In reality, it’s an indication of the...

Dorsey’s Tweetment

‘Expect the unexpected. And whenever possible, be the unexpected’, exhorted Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter, to a class of Stanford students back in 2011.  This week he embraced the mantra with a surprise announcement that his platform would no longer run...

Founders syndrome

The 21st century has been littered with the skeletons of massive financial failures and the saga of WeWork reminds us once again that there are sobering lessons still to be learnt. Credit must go to the public investors who refused...

An Inconvenient Truth

In John Locke’s social contract theory, the right of revolution is one of the most fundamental political rights. When the body politic believes that the government of the day is no longer acting in their interest, they have the legitimate...