We have an informed perspective based on years of experience which allows us to deliver strategic interventions and intelligent solutions with energy, authority and total commitment.
We help you tell your story in the most compelling way, identifying the audiences that really matter, as well as the best channels to reach them. A key element of this is the definition and expression of what the organisation stands for and where its core value lies.
Our clients have many different needs and aspirations. What unites them are ambitious plans and a desire to succeed. Effective communications can help support access to the capital markets, secure acquisitions, drive sales, or attract the best talent.
While we are adept at maximizing opportunity, we also draw on our experience to anticipate future issues, identify risks and prepare for crises. From litigation and cyber breaches to restructuring and product recalls, if the worst should happen we will be by your side every step of the way.
We are a specialist team created by lawyers for lawyers with the sole purpose of providing litigation and disputes communications.
We work closely with law firms and litigation funders providing communications advice to protect clients’ reputations and help achieve the best legal outcomes.
The world is braced for a wave of restructuring as businesses adjust to the new corporate and financial landscape post-COVID-19.
Montfort has an unrivalled advisory track record from every major downturn since Black Monday in 1987. In these complex situations experience, integrity and speed are vital.
We help to define and articulate organisational purpose and values translating them into tangible behaviours.
We help our clients provide clarity around the impact of planned changes and then engage their workforce through transformation processes. We work across all forms of business transformation including pre and post-merger integration, digital transformation and changes in strategy, structure and ways of working.
We help organisations design and embed a new blueprint for their work, workforce and workplace, by reviewing their needs across four key areas – commercial, cultural, physical and technological.