From comms guides and employee experience tools to investor engagement briefings, we’re opening up a range of resources for clients and communicators around the globe to pick up and use. Watch this space for more over the coming weeks. Looking for something more specific? Let us know


Four ways film can help you communicate during a lockdown

Film can help create connections when audiences are miles, not metres, apart.

Here’s how


Maintaining relevance in a downturn: we’re curating a new conversation.

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How have our relationships with media changed since the start of lockdown? What are the opportunities and risks for marketers as a result of these changes?

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Making a long story, short: getting to grips with presenting data

Communicating clearly has arguably never been so important – or as challenging. Here’s how to use data to present complex information, well.

Using data to tell your story well

Leading through a crisis

How should leaders adapt their communications as the crisis – and their business’ responses – evolves?

Read our bitesize guide here

A COVID-19 Fast Forward

How should the pandemic reshape the content, messaging and presentation of your next annual report?

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Investor engagement and COVID-19: what you need to know, now

There’s a wealth of new guidance and requirements out there. But it’s a lot to wade through. 

Here it is, summarised, all in one place

Collaboration from a (social) distance

Stew Deane discusses how new ways of collaborating in the lockdown have delivered creative opportunities.

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The pandemic, Brits…and a knead to bake bread

Our research team saw a flurry of loaves on Instagram and recipes in the papers. Then came news of yeast shortages. They had to find out what was going on.

Here’s what the data told them

Finding the calm in the storm

What happens when you find yourself in lockdown, searching for positives? Toby Donaldson sees an opportunity to revisit unfinished business.

Read it here

Mental Health Awareness Week, kindness and the lockdown

We spoke to our mental health first aiders have learnt over the past two months.

Read their experiences here

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