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.

Work With Us

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?

OUR APPROACH
  • Sort Blog:
  • All
  • Felicity Press
  • Insights
  • Michael Baker
  • Nigel Fairbrass
  • Once more with feeling
  • Preslav Tonkov
  • Serra Balls
  • Uncategorised

‘Let us go forward together’

As the UK Chancellor prepares the biggest peacetime package of economic assistance this country has ever known, shrill pleas for aid from the business community will be ringing in his ears.  But as business fixates on what the country can...

RBS chief exec Alison Rose

Banking on goodwill

RBS's new boss banks goodwill in a crisis It's said that every great institution is the lengthened shadow of a single man. For ten years RBS bosses laboured under the spectre of Fred ‘the Shred’ Goodwin, whose decisions put the bank...

The part-time CEO

Aristotle’s golden mean is a philosophical principle which suggests that the right course of action in a given situation is always the middle way between two extremes. For example, too much or too little courage is not good, one must...

Ring o’ Roses

In Albert Camus’ novel La Peste, a fictitious city in North Africa is quarantined due to an outbreak of deadly bubonic plague. Authorities dictate that newspapers rally the populace with the (fake) news that the pestilence is under control. If the...

Active investors: rise of the machines

The automation revolution was supposed to come for Lincolnshire fruit pickers, not Mayfair stock pickers. Yet this week saw further evidence of the accelerating shake-out in the active fund management sector, driven by the march of the machines.  Merian Global...

Power to the People?

People - not regulators - are best placed to clean up the web The internet’s great promise was to free information and control from institutions, and put it into the hands of people. It was originally driven by what economist Shane...

It’s my way, or the Huawei

Last week the British government granted Chinese tech giant, Huawei, a licence to supply the country with 5G network technology. This, despite national security concerns and furious lobbying by the US, for whom Huawei has become a pawn in President...

Ear Today, gone tomorrow?

The Times' decision this week to launch a new radio station targeting “disenfranchised” BBC Radio 4 and 5 Live listeners was news to make BBC bosses’ ears bleed, already roiled by job cuts and falling listener numbers. The explosion of political news in...