Communications Management Standard, Lansons awarded Gold for holding the accreditation for 15 years.
Communications Management Standard (CMS) accreditation is the hallmark of PR excellence and demonstrates Lansons is committed to the PRCA’s Code of Conduct and professional standards, ensuring clients that their business’ reputation is in safe hands.
CEO and Co-founder Tony Langham shares his views on the importance of CMS accreditation, ethical business practice and leading by example in this Q&A with the PRCA.
As part of the PRCA’S campaign - #HireaPRCAmember launched today, Lansons are being recognised and celebrated as a long-standing holder of CMS accreditation.
As members of the PRCA we are committed to abiding by PRCA charters and codes of conduct (as well as our own policies around conduct) set out below:
To achieve CMS accreditation Lansons are scored on the following nine core areas:
• Leadership & Communication
• Business Planning
• Business Improvement
• Financial Management & Systems
• Campaign Management
• Client Satisfaction
• New Business
• People Management
Gordon Tempest-Hay, the former CEO of both Teneo in the UK and Blue Rubicon, is to join Lansons as CEO on 1st January 2022. He will become a significant shareholder in the firm from April 2022. Lansons Co-founder and current Chief Executive, Tony Langham, will become Executive Chairman focusing on client work and continuing to promote the business both at home and abroad. Fellow Co-founder, Clare Parsons, will move from Non-executive Chair to Non-executive Director.
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