In a ruthlessly competitive 24-hour rolling news environment our skill is in helping clients assess and deliver their messaging to make a real impact.
The Montfort Communications Litigation & Disputes team explore how reputation management plays a crucial part in determining who is the ‘right winner’ or the ‘wronged loser’ in high profile litigation.
Montfort’s Malcolm Munro, a former senior ITN journalist, reviews how business communicators are handling the coronavirus crisis.
Anyone who has been booked to attend an event over the last fortnight, has likely been a witness to the wave of widespread cancellations, brought about by the measures imposed to contain the coronavirus outbreak.
Business should not think that the current crisis presents an opportunity to bury bad news. The opposite is the case and organisations will not be able to dodge bullets, nor sugar the pill.
Given unprecedented gyrations in financial markets, a brutal ending to the longest bull run in living memory and unabating volatility and fearfulness, it is crucial for companies to continue to show leadership to their investors.
As social pressure mounts and a highly engaged population campaign for big corporations to make genuine change to the way they operate, we have seen firms all over the world put environmental, social and governance values at the core of their business operations. But is it all a fad?
While the Covid-19 pandemic presents real challenges and dilemmas in all walks of life, Montfort is focusing on short term solutions and long-term intelligence to help our clients plot their way through the crisis.
“It is a myth that you cannot have financial returns as well as social impact.”
Alex Just and Stuart Leach, from Montfort Communications’ Litigations and Disputes team, joined Nicholas Bortman and Jenna Burton of Raedas in a recent webinar.
Coronavirus has put the spotlight on the international community’s capability to manage the contagion, not least in the field of communications.
The fast-growing corporate reputation specialist has made a senior hire in its Change & Employee Engagement area.
Montfort Communications, the fast-growing corporate reputation firm, has been appointed as a strategic communications adviser by BNP Paribas Asset Management.
After the festive break many listed company boards will soon reconvene with some facing the heightened possibility of difficult pre-AGM shareholder discussions...
On the first day of Christmas my true love sent to me – a Boris bonanza, runway to Brexit and surge in sterling...
Montfort Communications, the fast-growing strategic corporate communications firm, has been appointed as financial public relations and investor relations adviser by National World.
Montfort Communications, the fast-growing strategic corporate communications firm, has been appointed as communications adviser by Systematica Investments Limited (‘Systematica’).