How to go about choosing the right colour palette 1920 1280 Gavin Warren

How to go about choosing the right colour palette

Colour is everywhere. It’s such an intrinsic part of our day-to-day experiences. If you take the time to assess your emotional response to colour, you might discover that certain colours affect and influence your behaviour…

Tokyo 2020: Not just any old Olympic Games 1920 1280 Olivia Thomson

Tokyo 2020: Not just any old Olympic Games

The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will go down in history as one of the most unusual and perhaps memorable Olympic Games of our time. Not only was it postponed for only the fourth time since…

Why brand architecture matters 1920 1280 Gavin Warren

Why brand architecture matters

Over the next six months we’re likely to see a boom in M&A activity as the economy starts to recover post-pandemic. A lot of companies anticipated the financial fallout from the global coronavirus pandemic and…

Cover letters – the whys, the wherefores and the wacky 1920 1280 Rowena Nelson

Cover letters – the whys, the wherefores and the wacky

Rowena Nelson, Haggie Partners operations director, offers some words of wisdom on how to ensure your cover letter stands out. But not too much! We all know that applying for jobs is hard. CVs, application…

Conscious conservation: the planet is everyone’s problem 1920 1280 Johanna Bernhard

Conscious conservation: the planet is everyone’s problem

The word ‘environment’ seems such a weighty one at the moment. By association, one might think of aspects of the natural world or the various ecological populations that span the earth, but for others it…

The hidden environmental impact of smartphones 1920 1280 Gavin Warren

The hidden environmental impact of smartphones

Mobile phone contracts are relatively short compared to the actual lifespan of a smartphone. Next time you’re due an upgrade, might you simply consider replacing the battery? You’ll not only save money but also help…

rebrand is more than a new logo
What is a rebrand? It’s more than a name change or a new logo 1920 1280 Gavin Warren

What is a rebrand? It’s more than a name change or a new logo

It’s easy to see why people often misunderstand the word ‘rebrand’. Most people would consider a name change, a new logo or different design to be a rebrand, but a brand is so much more…

ESG – Researching, planning and communicating your approach 1920 1280 Olivia Fatkin-Kane

ESG – Researching, planning and communicating your approach

First think, then finance With the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) on the horizon and Covid-19 giving us a taste of the ramifications of systemic risks, climate change and Environmental, Social…

Lessons from a resignation: the power of words 1920 1280 Shipra Khanna

Lessons from a resignation: the power of words

Last month, the UK chairman of KPMG stepped down, following an outcry over comments he made at a virtual meeting where he dismissed staff concerns about stress during the Covid-19 pandemic. He suggested that consultants…

St. Paul’s, Shadwell, view from the Martineau Estate in Winter 2020-2021 1620 1080 Kuba Stawiski

St. Paul’s, Shadwell, view from the Martineau Estate in Winter 2020-2021

A year into the COVID-19 lockdowns in the UK, our world has narrowed. The shop, walks and runs in the immediate vicinity and the view from the window is, for many, as far as our…

International Women’s Day 2021: How to #ChooseToChallenge from home 1920 1280 Elise Harvey

International Women’s Day 2021: How to #ChooseToChallenge from home

It’s become an annual tradition for me to write a blog for International Women’s Day, a tradition I am keen to uphold. In previous years, I’ve spoken with inspirational women in PR and even placed…

Pandemic book boom: how staying at home sold 200 million books 1920 1280 Elise Harvey

Pandemic book boom: how staying at home sold 200 million books

How the world has changed since World Book Day 2020. While the children in our families may not be marking the occasion in the usual, fancy dress way, the mission behind World Book Day remains…