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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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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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Case Study: Circle Housing

“The project aims to influence the way staff and customers think about their finances and encourage financial planning.”

Brief Linstock was commissioned to develop a behaviour change communications strategy for the launch of Circle Housing Money, a...

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Team Member: Jon Bennett

Director

“Communication builds relationships, and without good relationships you can't do business.”

Good communication changes minds and makes people take action. It's a potent tool for helping organisations achieve their goals....

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Blog: Things Can Only Get Blatter

“FIFA needs to embrace a process of complete openness and transparency - something that could prove painful in the short term.”

Not long after news broke that international football’s governing body is facing a dual set of criminal investigations on...

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Team Member: Arlen Pettitt

Junior Consultant

“I provide strategic advice, help boost the media profile of clients and offer support on digital content.”

The environment is one which challenges assumptions, encouraging looking at issues a different way to find better...

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Case Study: Grant Thornton International

“Building Thought Leadership”

International accounting and advisory company, Grant Thornton, differentiates itself as an organisation that works with dynamic...

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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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News: Class Ceilings

“End-of-term report for UK plc shows state-schooled pupils still struggle to make it to the top of big business.”

A new report by a Linstock client, the diversity consultancy Equal Approach, shows that big business is still an old boys’...

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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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Blog: Will Bank of England Blogs Create the Right Interest?

Director

“I don’t need a blog to show me how smart and informed the people at the Bank of England are. I would expect nothing less”

For over 300 years the Bank of England has been the strong, silent type. At a party the Bank would be the person listening...

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