Linstock Communications has now joined forces with Luther Pendragon to form an enhanced reputation management consultancy. The agreement creates a 30-strong team offering crisis communications, thought leadership, public affairs, digital design and behaviour change services. Click here to read more.

Case studies

Through a programme of public relations and thought leadership marketing, we work to establish a voice for the company across key industries and issues.

Linstock designed and delivered a campaign that would encourage people to walk, cycle or use public transport rather than the car for short journeys.

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 income provider Canada Life (formerly Retirement Advantage, and prior to that MGM Advantage) in 2014 – the year that pensions and retirement underwent its biggest change in a generation.

News & views

Simon Maule examines the emerging themes from Behavioural Exchange 2019, amid a growing appetite for behavioural insights.

With Tokyo 2020 just around the corner, we look at using behaviour change principles to capitalise on the Olympic effect.

From our recent thought leadership workshop, we answer five questions from identifying topics, to evaluating success.

Recent research revealed it's mostly men who want to communicate with aliens, but Linstock's research suggests women should probably be the ones to phone ET.