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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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News: Opinion

“The latest commentary from the Linstock team”

Read our latest thoughts and comments in PR Week, PRexamples and Professional Manager.

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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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Team Member: Jo Nussbaum

Senior Consultant

“I enjoy working on communications strategies, behaviour change campaigns and awareness raising projects for clients.”

In my three years at Linstock I've worked with organisations in the local government, charity, education and financial &...

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Team Member: Tom Yazdi

Senior Consultant

“I think clients like working with Linstock because we’re open and honest – and we know our stuff.”

At Linstock I work on thought leadership, crisis communication and community outreach projects. Clients I have advised include...

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Blog: Use the force

Associate Director

“Star Wars might herald the next chapter in the corporate communications story”

Once upon a time this job was (apparently) easy. You’d come up with some key messages, put them in a press release and briefing...

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Case Study: Equal Approach

“Big impact on a small budget: tightly targeted communications”

Equal Approach came to Linstock with a clear objective: help them sign up 500 volunteers with The Mentoring and Befriending...

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Case Study: Aston University

“ Aston retains Linstock to build the media profile of academic experts and win recognition for outstanding research. ”

Brief One of the UK’s most ambitious universities, Aston retains Linstock to build the media profile of academic experts and...

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News: News: Opinion

“The latest commentary from the Linstock team”

Jon Bennett writes for The Huffington Post on why universities will have to work hard to demonstrate their value during the most...

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News: 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: Are negative endorsements giving Jeremy Corbyn a boost?

“In keeping with the laws of unintended consequences, it seems all these ‘negative endorsements’ could actually help the Corbyn camp.”

It’s a peculiarity of politics that what you’re not is often as valid a foundation for a campaign as what you are. Pepsi...

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Blog: Will 2015 be the year the local newspaper died?

“If we accept that the image of people all sitting down to read the local newspaper every morning is nothing more than an old-fashioned dream, what can be done to ensure local news is not consigned to history? ”

What with the situation in Greece, the election of a new leader for the Lib Dems and fierce debate over Labour’s position on...

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