Post Archive

Case studies: Canada Life

“Taking a leadership position when others step back”

Published: July 21, 2015

Linstock began working with retirement income provider Canada Life (formerly Retirement Advantage, and prior to that MGM...

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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.”

Published: May 29, 2015

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

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Blog: Every Little Helps, For Community Engagement

“Wherever you stand on the expansion of the blue and white empire, it’s easy to see why they may be feeling damned if they do and damned if they don’t. ”

Published: January 23, 2015

When he hasn’t been strutting his stuff as the latest incarnation of everyone’s favourite serial monogamist, Henry VIII,...

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Blog: Celebrities and Politics: Match Made in Heaven?

“When celebrities publicly endorse political parties, they can end up denting the reputation not only of the party they support, but their own standing as well.”

Published: August 28, 2014

What’s your reaction when you see celebrities rubbing shoulders with political leaders? Are you left feeling inspired, or...

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Case studies: TheCityUK

Managing the reputation of one of the UK's largest industry sectors

Published: August 22, 2014

TheCityUK is the membership body for the UK’s financial and related professional services industry. Its membership includes...

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Blog: Use the Force: The End of the Key Message?

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

Published: July 14, 2014

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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Blog: The right to be forgotten

“By using a bit of common sense, businesses can stay on top of their digital footprint and manage their reputations online, without relying on the ‘right to be forgotten’.”

Published: June 24, 2014

For years, digital consultants and SEO specialists have been helping businesses make their content more findable online. But for...

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Blog: Leveson: Press, polls and public opinion

“What does the public really think about press regulation? It depends on how they're asked...”

Published: November 29, 2012

Today’s Leveson inquiry into the culture, practice and ethics of the press is likely to divide political opinion. But what...

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