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Adding Value

We work alongside you to ensure that your communications strategy matches your needs. That begins by understanding your business; its strengths, weaknesses and potential areas for improvement. Our insights are strengthened by data and by our expertise in the rapidly developing arena of communications.

Together, we combine these elements to develop long-term communication strategies that cover all aspects of your business. This engagement spans all communication channels and typically involves multiple functions. These then provide the groundwork for efficient and effective interactions with your stakeholders, both internal and external, as well as outlining how you can use communication to establish an advantage over your competitors. This long term approach ensures your communications strategies offer maximum return on investment.

Managing the Everyday

“Strategic approaches” doesn’t just refer to lofty ideas; instead, we believe that a successful communications strategy is one that works on a day-to-day basis. This can mean anything ranging from managing interactions with the media, helping make digital media a natural part of your communications, navigating the emotional and practical pitfalls of mergers, or making sure that your communications team is working in the most effective way possible.

We offer a range of consultancy services:

  • Messaging and Presentation Skills
  • Stakeholder Mapping and Influencer Programmes
  • Employee Engagement and Internal Communications
  • Corporate Communications
  • Sustainability, Corporate Responsibility and Community Affairs

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