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Accountancy and legal practices have varying communications needs, depending on whether they are global firms, large national businesses, mid-tier or owner-managed practices.

Lansons’ Professional services team offers decades of experience advising and helping businesses differentiate their propositions in a competitive market.

Understanding the convergence of traditional media channels and emerging online platforms to promote a firm’s offering are as important as a well placed quote in the Financial Times or the Economist. Lansons has experience of delivering both.

OUR SERVICES

  • Partnership training for tenders/pitching
  • Partner media training
  • Practice group specific media relations support, eg tax, real estate
  • Client focused webinars, podcasts, and vodcasts
  • Competitive analysis of legal and accountancy sectors
  • Legal 500 and Chambers directory support
  • PR support for legal and accountancy firm’s clients
  • Video content creation
  • Crisis and issues management 
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