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It’s a fine balancing act when working for a membership organisation or trade body. Creating a cohesive narrative which enables you to engage productively on behalf of your members is important. However, we also recognise that members often have different agendas and are all at different stages of a journey with you in the middle, trying to bring it all together. We get that. And we can help.

Not only do we understand the issues, but we will ask lots of questions to make sure we understand your environment and engage with your primary stakeholders. We often have the advantage of not being too close to the problem to be able to see ways around it that work and that take your members with you. This of course is all bearing in mind that your organisation also has its own objective it will want to meet.

We can work with you on anything from messaging and positioning to campaigning on issues that are important to your members. We will help create collateral both for use with external stakeholders as well as members, find you patrons or champions, and ensure you build relationships with the right policy and media audiences.


  • Strategic Positioning
  • Messaging
  • Government Relations
  • Media Relations
  • Stakeholder Mapping
  • Content Creation
  • Crisis Communications
  • Events and Conferences
  • Awards Programs


An erosion of trust: Boeing struggles against tide of criticism

4 April 2019 BY Timo Burbidge
A torrid few months… On October 29th, 2018, Lion Air Flight 610 crashed into the Java sea just 12 minutes after take-off. The disaster claimed the lives of all 189 people on board and was the first...
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'My Lansons Experience' by Jyoti Tanwar of Adfactors PR, India

2 April 2019 BY Lansons
Lansons is proud to be a part of PROI Worldwide, the world’s largest partnership of independent integrated communications firms. PROI’s network is built on industry-leading agencies, giving its...
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What are the indicative votes?

26 March 2019 BY Michael Stott
The Government has temporarily lost control of the timetable for placing motions in front of the House of Commons, meaning MPs have taken control from the Prime Minister of what they get to vote...
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