Slow but steady: rebuilding investor confidence.

Slow but steady: rebuilding investor confidence.


Slobut steady: rebuilding investoconfidence.


Lansons was appointed by Stobart Group in March 2013 to manage external communications around a Boardroom crisis that resulted in the Chairman stepping down after 71 days in the job. The resulting fall-out led the share price to fall to 75p. However a disciplined programme around communicating the 2012 annual results and H1 2013 interims (both largely flat), introducing new Chairman Iain Ferguson and a more open approach to media and the City has led to a recovery in share price to over 140p.



Government Reshuffle - September 2012

4 September 2012 BY Chris Bose
  As the PM finalised his reshuffle last night he will have been acutely aware that he only has one more big opportunity to get his strongest team in place before the next election.  In keeping...
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Capitalism in crisis? Thoughts for Boardrooms in 2012

20 January 2012 BY Tony Langham
Last week, at the Financial Times’ pre-Davos seminar, US Ambassador Louis Susman stated that the key issue for the world in 2012 will be fairness. For the last two weeks, the FT itself touched on...
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Corporate practice strengthened with Foresight acquisition

14 December 2010 BY Tony Langham
Public Affairs specialists, Foresight Consulting have been acquired by Lansons adding a wealth of specialist skills and experience to the Lansons Corporate practice group. We are delighted to...
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