Through a programme of public relations and thought leadership marketing, we work to establish a voice for the company across key industries and issues.
As part of our activity with Grant Thornton International, we produce insights on women’s progress in occupying senior business positions.
Linstock began working with Retirement Advantage in 2014 - the year that pensions and retirement underwent its biggest change in a generation.
Aston University worked with Linstock to earn recognition for its outstanding research and build the media profile of academic experts.
We devised and delivered termly programmes in relation to the three ‘social impact’ themes under which the university’s research is grouped.
We developed a piece of thought leadership to demonstrate Equal Approach’s insight and professional expertise on diversity in the workplace.
Over five years, we worked to establish the membership body as the leading voice and champion for UK financial and related professional services.
We developed content on women in leadership to help the company's consultants sell products and services relating to gender diversity at work.
We led a behaviour change strategy for the launch of Circle Housing Money, a new credit union to help people become more financially resilient.
Linstock has been called on a number of times to handle sensitive issues; for instance, in relation to service closures and court cases involving employees.
Our strategy focused on establishing a thought leadership position for British Gas to help social housing providers forge a Green Deal that works for them.
Our challenge was to overcome cultural and language barriers among black and minority ethnic groups to ensure they took part in the 2011 Census.
We helped manage the reputation of the Commercial Estates Group when it found itself at the centre of a controversial test case in planning.
We explored new ways to understand and influence financial decision-making to ensure that workplace pension savings schemes are successful.
We helped the council manage communication challenges on multiple fronts during a time of budget cuts and a move towards a more localist approach.
We carried out research to understand the drivers behind non-insured behaviour in the West Midlands and developed a strategy to address this behaviour.
We helped protect the reputation of the school at a time of global media interest in historic cases of child abuse that had recently come to light.
Linstock designed and delivered a campaign that would encourage people to walk, cycle or use public transport rather than the car for short journeys.