Communications to build belief and effect change

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

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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
Campaigns

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

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A Fair Game

What the recent problems in elite sport can teach us about the future of capitalism? In the Tyranny of Merit, philosopher Michael Sandel outlines the problem with our modern conception of meritocracy. We tend to champion meritocracy as an ideal

Trust in the Trust – a restoration project

The ousting of Tim Parker last week, chairman of the National Trust, has been hailed as another skirmish in the wider culture wars.  Variously accused of politicising the National Trust by pandering to such modish causes as Black Lives Matter

28 Days Later

Canary Wharf is a marvel, from Michael Heseltine’s dream of The Docklands Development Corporation, to Paul Reichmann’s Olympia & York, who saw a gap in the market with the demise of tired old expensive City infrastructure and a new way

The Royal’s phoenix moment?

Many considered the media’s coverage of the death of The Duke of Edinburgh as excessive and out-of-touch. Does this mean Britons have fallen out of love with the Royal Family or is there something else going on? Within minutes of the

Workplace or woke-place?

Capitalism is always changing. No idea better encapsulates this than Joseph Schumpeter’s notion of “creative destruction”: the incessant innovation mechanism by which new products and services replace outdated ones is at the heart of the modern economic machine. If we transfer

The smartest guys in the room?

McKinsey & Company is an enormously successful 100-year-old brand which is a trusted adviser to the world’s largest companies, several of which are run by McKinsey alumni. But reputation, as someone once said, eats brand for lunch. For the last