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Lansons’ Newsletter – Autumn 2018

19 September 2018 BY Lansons
Welcome to the Lansons newsletter, where we share insights from our founders, top board directors, account managers and partners, both international and local. In this latest edition, we cover insights a variety of topics from our sector specialists...
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My Lansons work experience: Chloe

30 August 2018 BY Guest
Every year Lansons runs a summer work experience programme when we welcome two students a week to join us here in our offices. This programme provides students with an opportunity to enhance their skills, gain insight into the industry and experience...
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My Lansons work experience: Imany

28 August 2018 BY Guest
Every year Lansons runs a summer work experience programme when we welcome two students a week to join us here in our offices. This programme provides students with an opportunity to enhance their skills, gain an insight into the industry and...
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My Lansons Work Experience: Amelie

30 July 2018 BY Amelie Tolchard
Overview Over the last week I have been helping with various tasks, learning about the multiple roles in PR and meeting many interesting people, but I am now sad to say that my work experience at Lansons has drawn to a close. From coverage logging...
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5-0 to Theresa May

14 July 2018 BY Michael Stott
It’s not just the England football team doing better than everyone expected this week. The Prime Minister’s Brexit white paper, as launched with Cabinet Ministers on Friday of last week, appears to have taken the red lines Theresa May spelled...
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Do you have an affinity for ESG investing?

9 July 2018 BY David Masters
The asset management industry is facing a considerable intergenerational challenge. How can it best service the successor generations to the baby boomers to offset imbalances in wealth and the transfer of financial risk from governments and...
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Lansons Newsletter- Summer 2018

3 July 2018 BY Lansons
Welcome to the Lansons newsletter, where we share insights from our founders, top board directors, account managers and international PROIWorldwide partners. In this latest edition, we cover insights a variety of topics from our sector specialists...
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Hightide and Lansons Celebrate 10 years!

1 July 2018 BY Lansons
​​​​​​​ We're celebrating our decade-long partnership! Lansons and HighTide are thrilled that 2018 marks the 10-year anniversary of our award winning partnership. Our partnership was founded on the simple idea of HighTide becoming a...
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Room to Move

17 June 2018 BY Angela Scaffidi
​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ Angela is Managing Partner and Head of Change at SenateSHJ in Australia. The agency is a fellow PROI Worldwide partner and Angela was recently appointed Vice Chair, Asia Pacific Region for PROI. Change is...
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Akira discusses her time at Lansons

13 June 2018 BY Lansons
The world of Public Relations is different to what I had expected but having spent time at Lansons and gaining an in-depth idea of procedures, I have come to greatly enjoy it. I found that I have been able to flourish in the tasks put ahead of me and...
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Global Communication Partners AGM 2018

25 April 2018 BY Eva Blesinger
Why a global perspective with regional specialist insight pays off in a world of transformational change Transformation is all around us. The impact of technology, political decisions and regulatory changes as well as societal shifts, are only...
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7 Content Marketing Tips for The Future of B2B

23 April 2018 BY Michael White
Content marketing describes creating content and sharing online materials that does not explicitly promote a brand but stimulates interest in its products and services. The Content Marketing Association’s (CMA) ‘The Future of B2B’ event brought...
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My Lansons Experience

23 April 2018 BY Jamie Smith
Making my decision I joined Lansons in January 2018, after facing tough decisions of where my future lay as a young professional in the competitive London landscape. As many can attest, it is difficult to decide on your next step when you are...
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The big issues in Asset Management

19 March 2018 BY David Masters
A matter of time Board director and asset management specialist David Masters looks at some of the biggest challenges facing the sector in the years ahead. As Foreign & Colonial, the first investment trust, turns 150 this year there has been a...
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Lansons Newsletter-Spring

14 March 2018 BY Lansons
Lansons Newsletter Spring 2018 Our Spring 2018 Newsletter is now live You can read it here, including all the below topics, our Lansons Newsletter Spring edition will also include all of our upcoming events, Lansons company news and employee...
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Lansons Briefing- Spring Statement 2018 Highlights

13 March 2018 BY Lansons
Our own Lansons Spring Statement briefing Statement Chancellor Philip Hammond unveiled his first Spring Statement today. He had been clear from the start that this statement would simply give an overview of the health of the economy, and it did just...
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Lansons wins City Agency of the Year

23 February 2018 BY Lansons
City and Financial Awards 2018 We are delighted to announce that Lansons has won City Agency of the Year Award at the PRCA City and Financial Awards 2018. The awards are aimed at recognising the talent and impact of individuals, teams and campaigns...
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Bad Moon Rising

22 January 2018 BY David Masters
Reputation Management for funds management  When the whole industry is perceived to be under a cloud, protecting your own company’s reputation is never more important or challenging. This is the situation currently facing many asset management...
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Crisis Management- A time to reflect and rebuild

22 January 2018 BY Scott McKenzie
Crisis management is more complex than one might think, and here, we have managing director Scott McKenzie describing the aftermath of a crisis and how companies should respond.  At the height of the Deepwater Horizon disaster, the then CEO of BP...
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Keep calm and what crisis?

22 January 2018 BY Claudia Guembe
How it starts It’s 8.30am on Monday morning. You walk into the office, coffee in hand, and notice it feels slightly quiet for a Monday. You turn the news on and see reports from the police investigating an explosion at your nearest tube...
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Crisis management

22 January 2018 BY Tony Langham
Managing crises has become a greater part of Lansons and our clients’ lives. Over the past four years we’ve won 7 major PR awards for helping the Co-operative Bank recover from one of Britain’s severest corporate crisis. Last year multiple...
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Lansons appointed official partner of London Blockchain Week

18 December 2017 BY Lansons
We are delighted to announce that Lansons has been appointed as the official partner of London Blockchain Week in January 2018. We will be supporting the promotion of the event, taking a stand, and Tony Langham, will be chairing a panel of industry...
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Are you ready for Gender Pay Reporting?

18 December 2017 BY Rachel Dakin
The deadline for publishing gender pay data is less than four months away. Yet, at the time of writing, only 366 out of roughly 9,000 companies legally required to report have submitted their numbers. That is less than 5 per cent. Chances are, many...
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Seasons greetings, it’s time to accentuate the positive…

18 December 2017 BY Tony Langham
It's a curious Christmas for those of us who work in reputation management and PR, whether in consultancies or in house. On the one hand, our industry (profession ?) has never been better – we’re integrated in what we do, we help organisations...
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Lansons’ Newsletter: Winter 2017

15 December 2017 BY Lansons
Click to read Lansons' newsletter - Winter 2017 The latest edition of our newsletter is now available to view. Included in this issue: Seasons greetings, it's time to accentuate the positive... Misunderstanding millennials: the future of...
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Lansons is partnering with Wilton’s Music Hall once again!

29 November 2017 BY Lansons
We are very excited to be partnering with Wilton's Music Hall once again. This time we will be joining forces to create a trailer for the weird and wonderful, The Box of Delights! Head over to their website to purchase a spellbinding ticket:...
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Podcast: 2017 Autumn Budget Special

24 November 2017 BY Lansons
The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, gave a sobering assessment of Britain’s economy when he delivered his annual Budget Statement to Parliament. Stamp duty give-aways for first-time homebuyers and fresh money for the NHS was overshadowed by a stark...
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Phil the magician weaves his magic

24 November 2017 BY Ralph Jackson
On Budget day, the media and commentators trot out those traditional clichés that the Chancellor should be a ‘magician’ and ‘produce rabbits from a hat’ as though we should be witnessing some form of entertaining spectacle. The reality of...
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Podcast: Theodore Zeldin on exploring humans and happiness

7 November 2017 BY Lansons
We recently hosted an audience with Theodore Zeldin, the Oxford scholar of personal ambitions. Theodore was interviewed by Lansons Joint Managing Director and Head of Change and Employee Engagement, Scott McKenzie. Following the event we recorded a...
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It’s hip to be square!

30 October 2017 BY Steven Arnoldi
Social media has created a new form of video and we can’t ignore it anymore. When TV was first invented, we watched everything in a square format (pretty much, or 4:3 ratio to be exact) until high definition came about and we moved to the...
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The threat of fake news

27 October 2017 BY Sophie Church
The phenomenon that is ‘fake news’ has swept across the news agenda, muscled its way into speeches and been referenced by Donald Trump more times than I can count over the last 12 months or so. The Independent now has a dedicated section on...
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Building a measurement culture

25 October 2017 BY Kapil Arya
There is no doubt that communications measurement has been one of the most keenly discussed themes in the communications industry. The evolution of the industry has highlighted the need for an effective and rigorous way to measure its value....
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Lansons’ Newsletter: Autumn 2017

18 October 2017 BY Lansons
Click to read Lansons' newsletter - Autumn 2017 The latest edition of our newsletter is now available to view. Included in this issue: Post party conferences: who is the better party for Government? Artificial Intelligence will change...
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Lansons’ Annual Party 2017: Photo Gallery

6 October 2017 BY Lansons
 On Thursday 5 October Lansons hosted our Annual Party at Smiths of Smithfield. We were delighted to share stunning views of the sun setting behind St Paul’s with over 500 clients, contacts and friends.  Thank you to everyone who...
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A Day in the Life of an Intern at Lansons

24 August 2017 BY Faith Jones
  My day starts at 7am. Really, it should start around 6:30 however, my desire to blow dry my hair is outweighed by my desire to spend an extra half an hour in bed. My alarm goes off and I’m up – I have 50 minutes to get ready and out the...
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HighTide Festival comes to London

14 July 2017 BY Rachel Dakin
For almost a decade, Lansons and HighTide have enjoyed a unique, award-winning relationship between an arts charity and business. We share our offices with HighTide, which enables the theatre company to focus resources and funding on achieving...
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Cracking the science of incidental exposure

14 July 2017 BY Michael White
Are you reading this newsletter in bed? When it comes to the news, the public you’re trying to reach probably are. Today smartphones are now as important for news inside the home as outside, with 46% now accessing news in bed, which is more than...
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Reputation: Does it matter anymore? (spoiler: yes)

14 July 2017 BY Sarah Tye
It’s Friday night and you’ve had a pig of a day: bag got stuck in the tube door on the commute and you had to overshoot your stop until the doors opened on the right side of the carriage; your Tupperware of quinoa with salmon and mirin dressing...
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Lansons launches its first book-Why We Do What We Do

14 July 2017 BY Suzanne Ellis
Lansons is excited to be launching its first book – Why We Do What We Do – authored by Dr Helena Boschi, a psychologist who focuses on applied neuroscience in the workplace. Why We Do What We Do is for busy professionals who want to...
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Lansons’ Newsletter: Summer 2017

13 July 2017 BY Lansons
The latest edition of our newsletter is now available to view. Included in this issue: Big business looks a lot like Theresa May Lansons launches its first book A look into the implications on the FCA's final report of the Asset...
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Vocalink Brexit Briefing

30 June 2017 BY Lorna Russell
Overview Over the last year the UK has entered a period of political uncertainty: initially brought on by the shock result of the EU referendum last year and then compounded by the equally unexpected result of the snap general election in June,...
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The Female Empowerment Strategy; Confidence is King

30 May 2017 BY Frederica Saunders
Last week Lansons hosted The Female Empowerment Strategy, a lively panel discussion which considered what it means to be empowered as a woman, and how women in the workplace face challenges to which their male colleagues likely are not exposed. ...
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Lansons and HighTide: A Partnership

24 May 2017 BY Francesca Clark - HighTide
This week, we are delighted to be attending the Third Sector Business Charity Awards 2017 in recognition of our partnership with Lansons. Since 2008, Lansons and HighTide have celebrated a year-on-year partnership that is unique. Lansons donates...
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Scott McKenzie Discusses the Perils of a Positive Mindset

4 May 2017 BY Scott McKenzie
Like a lot of men my age I love a sporting metaphor. My colleagues get bored with my tennis analogies and general sports geekery. However when I recently had to explain to an elderly relative what I do for a living I found myself making a...
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Lansons’ Newsletter: Spring 2017

4 May 2017 BY Lansons
The latest edition of our newsletter is now available to view. Included in this issue: General election 2017: overview General election 2017: what we would like to know How to navigate the key challenges and opportunities that Brexit has...
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Election Briefing – 37 Days To Go!

2 May 2017 BY Lansons
Welcome to the first of the Lansons/Opinium briefing emails on the general election. Every week we will be circulating a note, compiled by Lansons political and social media experts and Opinium’s political pollsters, looking at the latest...
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The Great Repeal Bill White Paper Summary

31 March 2017 BY Mitchell Cohen
After Theresa May formally triggered Article 50, the Government brought forward its Great Repeal Bill White Paper (entitled ‘Legislating for the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union’) – the draft legislation through which the...
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Tony Langham features in PRWeek’s Power Book 2017

9 March 2017 BY Lansons
We are thrilled to announce that CEO and Co-founder Tony Langham is featured in PRWeek's Power Book 2017 - the definitive guide to the brightest and most influential PR professionals in Britain. Congratulations Tony!
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Four easy steps to being a feminist ally in the workplace

8 March 2017 BY Lewis Wilks
I’m aware of the inherent irony of having a man write a blog for International Women’s Day. Particularly when written on behalf of a company where 70% of the senior leadership team are successful women with far more interesting things to say. I...
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Housing White Paper – analysis

7 February 2017 BY Matthew Young
The release of the Government’s long awaited White Paper on Housing represents the completion of a policy triumvirate, after weeks of set piece announcements. The Corporate Governance Green Paper, the Industrial Strategy White Paper and now the...
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2016: The year when social media hit maturity

19 December 2016 BY Michael White
Digital Account Director at Lansons, Michael White, writes about one of the big digital themes of 2016. Mainstream social media sites have reached maturity, they have come of age; either hitting the precipice of user registrations or continuing to...
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Predictions for Brexit in 2017

19 December 2016 BY James Dowling
With the UKs historic vote to leave the European Union and the shock election victory for Donald Trump, 2016 has been a landmark year that shook the political establishment. Further votes in France and Germany, in particular, pose more trouble...
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2017: Asset managers year in the sun

19 December 2016 BY David Masters
It’s been a challenging year for the investment industry. Leaving aside the market turmoil created by a series of geopolitical surprises for the moment, the year started as it ended – largely in the shadow of the FCA’s asset management market...
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Lansons’ newsletter Winter 2016/ 2017

15 December 2016 BY Lansons
The latest edition of our newsletter is now available to view.  As the year draws to a close we reflect on the future and how we can learn from 2016 to grow and thrive in 2017.  Included in this issue: Should businesses take action to...
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Our analysis of the Autumn Statement

25 November 2016 BY Lansons
Our overview of the Autumn Statement. Our key takeaway is that this was a substance-light Autumn Statement, with the Government looking to keep its powder dry until the current political and economic headwinds, brought about by Brexit and other...
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Lansons’ Autumn Newsletter 2016

20 October 2016 BY Lansons
  The latest edition of our interactive newsletter is now available to view.   In this issue we reflect on the world of business since the referendum result: how have things changed, is the outlook as bleak as previously predicted...
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Why doesn’t anyone want to buy Twitter?

20 October 2016 BY Michael White
Twitter’s mission is ‘To give everyone the power to create and share ideas and information instantly, without barriers’, but it looks like these dreams were not possible for the social network as an independent company. The process of selling...
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Our reflections from the Conservative Party Conference 2016

6 October 2016 BY Matthew Young
This year’s Conservative Party Conference was strikingly upbeat. It was also, in marked contrast to Labour, packed, with the secure zone itself notably larger than in previous years, and most fringes over-subscribed. The elevated mood was perhaps...
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How to manage your reputation online? – Experts debate

22 September 2016 BY Michael White
Do you feel in control of your online reputation? The internet continues to radically challenge the business of public relations. Information about you and your organisation isn’t just in the hands of the media, it’s open for anybody to discuss...
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Lansons announces new partnership with charity Mind

8 August 2016 BY Dixie Maloney
Charity has been at the heart of our agency for over two decades, as Lansons have been committed to fundraising, developing awareness, upskilling and offering pro-bono support to and for various worthy causes since the agency was created over 25...
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Pokémon Go: Is it time for companies to catch ‘em all?

22 July 2016 BY Michael White
It feels like the ‘90s as Blink-182 release a new album and the craze of Pokémon hits the world, hard. Pokémon Go, the new smartphone app that overlays a insanely detailed virtual world across the Earth tracks peoples steps via GPS and uses a...
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Three reasons why…emojis are important

14 July 2016 BY Pete Knott
I bet you didn’t know that the first emoji was created back in the 90’s and that the ‘Face with Tears of Joy’ emoji was the Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year 2015. This emoji beat ‘Brexit’ and ‘sharing economy’ to the top spot, but...
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Britain, Brexit and managing change

1 July 2016 BY Tony Langham
 Britain (or at least England and Wales) will be leaving the EU and we all need to accept the result of the referendum. We shouldn’t indulge any blame games or conversations about a second referendum, or complain at how close the vote was. As...
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Lansons Newsletter – July 2016

1 July 2016 BY Lansons
Our July newsletter is now available. Click the image below to flick through. In this issue we reflect on how Brexit is likely to impact on UK businesses and our industry and how we plan to positively move forward. There is also a piece from...
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Lansons Brexit update

22 June 2016 BY Matt Lowe
  As the final day of official campaigning arrives, polls still show that tomorrow’s referendum will be a ‘neck and neck’ contest. The final Financial Times’ Poll of Polls shows a slender one percentage point lead for ‘Vote...
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How to internationalise your thinking

17 June 2016 BY Anna McLean
Keeping your eyes and ears open, to see and experience new things that challenge your thinking and your perceptions are key for any consultant. Only by continuously being curious about the things we don’t know yet or haven’t yet considered, are...
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How the Brexit verdict fares so far in Lansons SME polls

27 May 2016 BY James Dowling
Anyone looking at the recent polling on the referendum question would be forgiven for suffering a considerable level of uncertainty over whether the UK will vote to stay in or depart the EU on 23 June. The latest poll – by YouGov for The Times on...
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Lansons Briefing – Queen’s Speech 2016: Analysis

19 May 2016 BY Matthew Young
OverviewThe State Opening of Parliament took place at 11.30am this morning, when the Queen took to her throne in the House of Lords to outline the Government's proposed legislative programme for the coming session of Parliament.There were three key...
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Who has the best view in PR?

13 May 2016 BY Lansons
Scott McKenzie, joint MD and head of change and employee engagement gives an insight into office life at Lansons in this article in PR Moments.“My morning stroll to work involves me walking past some of London's most iconic landmarks: from the...
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Lansons is ranked 25 in PRWeek Top 150 UK Consultancies 2016

6 May 2016 BY Lansons
We are proud to announce that Lansons has risen one place to 25 in PRWeek Top 150 UK consultancies ranking.The PRWeek Top 150 rankings provide key insights into the status of the PR sector in the UK. There were 39 new entrants into the list and all...
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Looking forward to growing older?

3 May 2016 BY Tina Woods
Worldwide there is a dramatic shift in demographics as more people are living longer and birth rates fall in the developed world.   In London – where 32% of the population is under 25 – the number of people over 60 is projected to expand by 48%...
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10 minutes with a PR pro: Tony Langham, CEO, Lansons

26 April 2016 BY Lansons
Tony Langham was featured in the 2015 PR Week Global Power Book. As part of it's #PRProSeries, Katie Simpson, Managing Consultant at Hanson Search, interviewed Tony to find out how he made it in the industry.Read the interview...
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Lansons’ Response: Budget 2016

16 March 2016 BY Lansons
  Read Lansons' response to the Budget 2016. Published 16th March 2016. Content from James Dowling, Head of Public Policy at Lansons and Associate Director Sophia Morrell. 
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Lansons’ Online Highlights

7 March 2016 BY Lansons
The Lansons Online team have scoured the internet to collate the best news and views from the past two weeks. Get insight into what’s happening online and keep an eye on our blog and social media for more of these updates!  1. Google DeepMind...
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Is Parity for Women in the City a Pipe Dream?

4 March 2016 BY Sophia Morrell
This article was published in the Huffington Post 3rd March 2016. Author Sophia Morrell is an associate director at Lansons. Will we ever have gender equality in financial services? Genuine equality - parity of earnings, representation on...
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Lansons promotes Scott McKenzie to Joint Managing Director

3 March 2016 BY Lansons
 Lansons has today announced that Scott McKenzie, Director and Head of Change & Employee Engagement, has been promoted to the role of Joint Managing Director, joining existing Joint Managing Directors Laura Hastings, Rebecca Mayo and Stuart...
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Another gold medal in the PR Week Best Places to Work 2016!

25 February 2016 BY Lansons
  Lansons is extremely proud to announce that we have been awarded the large agency gold award in the PR Week UK Best Places to Work 2016.  In judging the awards the PR Week panel looked at numerous aspects of life at Lansons including...
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#ICallMyselfAFeminist – unpicking the F-Word

15 February 2016 BY Sophia Morrell
  What does it mean to be a feminist in 2016? The answer to that question, it seems, touches on everything from buying neutral toys for girls to not accidentally laughing at sexist jokes, as we discovered last week when Lansons gathered...
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Panel debate – I Call Myself a Feminist

14 January 2016 BY Lansons
In February 2016 Lansons held an evening panel debate with the authors of 2015’s  ‘I Call Myself A Feminist’ as we discussed what it means to be a feminist in 2016.The book brings together the voices of 25 women under thirty to explore what...
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Tony Langham shares his predictions for 2016 in PR Week

11 January 2016 BY Lansons
In an article for PR Week, Chief Executive Tony Langham shares his views and predictions for 2016. Tony Langham has cited reputation management as one of the key trends of 2016 following a year of reputation problems for the likes of Volkswagen,...
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The Lansons Newsletter – December 2015

4 December 2015 BY Lansons
        Read our December newsletter, featuring corporate reputations, content marketing tips for 2016, innovation in the elderly care sector and the debate between "asset management and asset gathering".  
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Money Marketing celebrates 30th anniversary

19 November 2015 BY Lansons
To toast Money Marketing’s 30th anniversary we invited some key figures from the financial services industry to celebrate at the Langham in London.This event gave everyone the opportunity to reflect on thirty years of tumultuous change in the...
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Lansons celebrates 26th anniversary

17 November 2015 BY Lansons
Twenty-six years ago, on 14 November, 1989, Tony Langham and Clare Parsons officially launched Lansons Communications.Whilst our name has been shortened and our portfolio of clients and expert services has broadened, we still love to remember how we...
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Tony Langham’s Thoughts on Change in the PR Industry

4 November 2015 BY Lansons
Writing on the PR Week website, Lansons Chief Executive and Founder Tony Langham gives his thoughts on the recent news of the merger between Fishburn Hedges and Fleishman Hillard...Fishburn Hedges was crucial in our industry’s journey from PR to...
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Lansons promotes Scott McKenzie to Management Board

3 November 2015 BY Lansons
Lansons has today announced that Scott McKenzie, Director and head of Change & Employee Engagement, has been promoted to the Management Board.  Scott joins nine other senior consultants on the Management Board, which is responsible for the day...
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Why Brand Building needs a Rebrand!

29 October 2015 BY Russell Graham
When it comes to brand building, a lot of organisations and agencies are in need of a reality check. Too many companies are still putting their brand on a pedestal, spending millions polishing it and expecting that manufactured “thing” to be how...
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Photo Gallery: Lansons Annual Party 2015

12 October 2015 BY Lansons
On Thursday 8 October Lansons hosted our Annual Party at Smiths of Smithfield.We were delighted to share stunning views of the sun setting behind St Paul's with over 500 clients, contacts and friends. Thank you to everyone who came, we hope...
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People Powered Health – The Presentation

29 September 2015 BY Tina Woods
At the recent 'Connected Health' event in London, Lansons Health and Opinium presented findings from their research into innovation in healthcare - you can download the full report here.Below you can find the slides from the event - if you have any...
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The Economics of Reputation

29 September 2015 BY Lansons
The PRCA held its annual National Conference on Friday 25th September 2015 at BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly. The PRCA National Conference is the premier conference for the PR and communications industry, and Lansons Chief Executive Tony Langham was there to...
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People Powered Health report by Lansons and Opinium Research

18 September 2015 BY Lansons
What does the general public want and expect from healthcare today? What are the opportunities that technological innovation can provide healthcare? How will technology help to meet the rapidly evolving patient expectations and healthcare needs...
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What does Jeremy Corbyn’s election mean for UK politics?

14 September 2015 BY Lansons
OverviewOn Saturday Jeremy Corbyn was elected as the new leader of the Labour Party.The veteran left-winger won with a huge 59.5% of the vote, an astounding first round victory. Andy Burnham was a distant second, polling 19%, whilst Yvette Cooper...
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A new leader is elected and old Labour is back

14 September 2015 BY Ralph Jackson
Jeremy Corbyn would hate it but he has achieved a delicious similarity with Tony Blair: he won a landslide victory to become party leader.Whereas Blair advanced the Labour party to unheard-of successes with three election victories, the new leader of...
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Robots are real and they may threaten your job

9 September 2015 BY Michael White
This blog post is part of the #SMWDigitalFuture series leading up to our event on 18 September, ‘States of Digital: Roles of the Future, In-house Structures & Agency Offerings’ as part of Social Media Week London. For more information...
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Launching the Lansons Health Innovation Survey

3 September 2015 BY Tina Woods
If you are interested in healthcare innovation then you will be interested in what consumers think about using new health technology.  On 18 September, Lansons Health will be sharing the findings of our Health Innovation Survey at  the Connected...
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Social Media Week Is Coming To Lansons

2 September 2015 BY Russell Graham
This month, Europe’s biggest social media conference is coming to Lansons. On 18th September, we will be hosting an event, States of Digital: Roles of the Future, In-house Structures & Agency Offerings, as part of Social Media Week London,...
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Lansons Gives Back

20 August 2015 BY Helen Proud
This week at Lansons we had the pleasure of a visit from Lieutenant Colonel Tim Coles, who came to our offices to accept a cheque for ABF, the Soldiers Charity, and told us about the brilliant work the charity does to support serving and retired...
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The Lansons Newsletter – August 2015

13 August 2015 BY Lansons
        Click on the image above to read our August newsletter, featuring employee engagement, Britain's problem with productivity, our new health offering, the changing face of brand building and what Martin...
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Five LinkedIn tips for beginners

7 August 2015 BY Pete Knott
Did you set up a LinkedIn profile ages ago but haven’t gotten around to updating it or sorting out the details yet? One very good reason to devote more attention to it is by Googling yourself - your LinkedIn profile is probably the first search...
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Going on holiday…in your office

6 August 2015 BY Caroline Cant
As the hazy summer days roll on and holidays begin in earnest, lone desks appear throughout offices across the UK, patiently waiting for their usual inhabitant to return rested and (hopefully) tanned. These spaces provide the perfect chance for those...
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Climbing the reputational yield curve

4 August 2015 BY David Masters
It appears that asset managers aren’t to be construed as systemically important, which is good news. Nonetheless, they remain hugely significant in the global flow of capital. And, for an ever growing number of investors and households, they will...
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Britain at Work – Launch Presentation

30 July 2015 BY Scott McKenzie
Below is the full presentation, delivered by Scott Mckenzie, Director of Employee Engagement at Lansons, and James Endersby, Managing Director of Opinium, to present the findings of the Britain at Work study 2015. Britain at Work is an insight...
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Asset Management Summer Cocktail Party

27 July 2015 BY Lansons
On Tuesday 21 July, a lovely balmy summer evening, the Lansons courtyard was taken over by around 120 clients and guests for the annual Lansons Asset Management Summer Cocktail Party.Our courtyard was transformed into a bustling outside arena with...
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Oklahoma City University meets Lansons

20 July 2015 BY Lansons
Lansons recently provided six media students from Oklahoma City University (OCU) with valuable insights into the UK PR industry and media landscape. So what did OCU student Justis Huddleston (@JustisHudd) think about his experience at...
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Pro-bono PR is music to the ears of talented youngsters

16 July 2015 BY Eva Blesinger
The long-awaited gala concert of St. Paul’s Co-Educational College Primary School, one of Hong Kong’s most prestigious music schools, was held on 15 July at London’s prime concert venue St. John’s Smith Square.  This final concert rounded...
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Britain at Work – one week to go!

15 July 2015 BY Scott McKenzie
The announcement today of a rise both in unemployment numbers AND the levels of pay (as well as the announcement of the Trade Union Bill limiting workers’ right to strike) demonstrate just how mixed the picture is when looking at the modern UK...
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What do British employees think about their workplace?

6 July 2015 BY Scott McKenzie
On 23 July Lansons will be launching our study of the contemporary UK workplace – entitled Britain at Work. Our study of over 2,000 UK employees explores elements such as pride in the organisation, job satisfaction, line management effectiveness,...
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A fifth of Britons have been ashamed of who they work for

18 June 2015 BY Lansons
A new study from the PRCA, in conjunction with Opinium Research, as part of its “Economics of Reputation” campaign, reveals that a company’s reputation is one of the top three most important factors for Britons when it comes to seeking new...
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New Labour part 2

11 May 2015 BY Ralph Jackson
It’s back to school for the Labour party to revisit the three Rs: reinvent, rebuild, renew.The election defeat wasn’t just a recognition that the party’s policies are not appealing to the country but more a sense that the party as a whole is...
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As the dust settles from #GE2015, what might it all mean?

8 May 2015 BY Ralph Jackson
Everything that could have changed in British politics actually did change over the past twenty-four hours. We have, for the first time since 1992, a Conservative Government with a working majority and the major opposition parties almost hunted to...
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UK General Election 2015: Briefing #9

30 April 2015 BY Ralph Jackson
Welcome to the ninth edition of the Lansons Election Briefing, supported by Opinium. With less than two weeks until polling day, the outcome of the UK general election 2015 is still far too close to call, however the polls are showing some signs of...
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