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“At Linstock we apply the latest thinking to protect reputations and influence behaviour.”

At Linstock we apply the latest thinking to protect reputations and influence behaviour. We develop compelling communication strategies and we help people manage sensitive issues and crises. Based on an understanding of how people think and act, we’re also good at changing the behaviour of customers, employees or other specific audiences.

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PARTNERS: Linstock partners with Kohl PR

“A strong evidence-based approach with creative zeal and efficient delivery”

Following on the heels of a World Cup win for Germany, Linstock is proud to announce that it is partnering with Berlin-based Kohl PR.

There aren’t many PR organisations that work in the same progressive way as Linstock, so when we find them we’re keen as mustard to work with them. Like Linstock, Kohl PR provides a service that combines a strong evidence-based approach with creative zeal and efficient delivery.

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Credentials: Linstock Academy

“We take our training seriously.”

We work hard to apply the latest thinking to our communications campaigns.

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Credentials: PRCA

“Linstock is PRCA accredited.”

Independently audited every two years, it helps to enhance the efficiency and profitability of PR consultancies.

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Blog: Retirement Decisions: Insights from Behavioural Economics

“With annuity rates at historic lows and inflation eating into income, it’s critical that people make good money decisions when they retire.”

Over the next 5 years, nearly 3.5 million people in the UK will be making decisions about their retirement income. Despite worthy...

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Blog: What do German businesses think of a possible Brexit?

“In the eyes of German business, supporting Cameron´s critical position does not mean being anti-European.”

David Cameron’s opposition to the EC presidency of Jean Claude Junker extracted a flurry of negative headlines in the German...

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Blog: Shifting influence in higher education policy

“HE has been spoiled by the obvious passion of David Willetts and should get used to a Minister dispassionately administering as he would in any other Whitehall posting”

Thanks to the unprecedented combination of variables that include UKIP, the Greens, SNP and lack of public enthusiasm for any of...

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Team Member: Tariq Khwaja


“Make things more inspiring and simpler to understand.”

There are a few things that get me going – in good and bad ways. I love getting under the skin of clients’ businesses – and...

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Case Study: Carnegie UK Trust

“Innovative thinking in a difficult economic climate”

In the aftermath of the credit crunch, financial institutions, governments and the third sector were left scratching their heads...

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Linstock: Tim Morris


“Twenty years experience of the criminal justice system”

Before joining Linstock I spent more than 20 years working in-house in the field of public relations, most of it within the...

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Blog: Making the most of Party Conference season

“By being clear about what you want to achieve and smart about how you engage, there are plenty of rewards to be reaped.”

After 17 days, hundreds of pamphlets handed out and thousands of canapés eaten, Party Conference season has come to an end....

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Case Study: Motor Insurers’ Bureau

Understanding hotspots for driving un-insured

The Motor Insurers’ Bureau is a not for profit body that provides compensation to car accident victims when the driver...

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News: Financial services employment in London

“Using member surveys to highlight key trends”

According to the latest research from TheCityUK, employment in financial and professional services in London increased by 0.3% in...

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