Boris the Builder – or Blusterer?

by Max Wind-Cowie

Associate Director, Energy + Industrials
June 30, 2020

Boris the Builder – or Blusterer?

Boris Johnson has always considered himself a purveyor of political optimism. He is neither a master of detail nor someone who relishes the role of governing, per se. But he is an enthusiast and he does have some justification in believing that his enthusiasm rubs off on people – that voters respond to, and respect, … Read more

NEWS: H+K expands senior talent ranks with the appointment of Tanya Joseph

25 June 2020, London – Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K), an international public relations agency, has appointed Tanya Joseph as Managing Director of Specialist Services in London. Tanya brings a wealth of communications experience and expertise from a distinguished career in the private, public and NGO sectors. She will lead a team of specialists across key services … Read more

A Strategist’s Guide to Interesting Data: Week 5

Welcome back to my weekly series, looking at the key data sources I share internally each week to support our agency leads in developing context-relevant strategies and campaigns. This week, it is notable that although there is a sense of some kind of normal life resuming, the data is starting to show we remain a … Read more

A Strategist’s Guide to Interesting Data: Week 4

Welcome to my weekly series, looking at the key data sources I share internally each week to support our agency leads in developing context-relevant strategies and campaigns.  For a few weeks now, we have seen data sets pointing toward many audiences being ready for a new discussion (whether that be “the” or “a” new normal) … Read more

Protecting Your Business Against COVID-19 Cyber Criminals

Originally published in PRWeek. With every crisis there comes an opportunity. What has been given surprisingly little airtime is how the pandemic has led to an absolute field day for cyber criminals feeding off the recent uncertainty and increased dependence on digital. The surge in home working has increased the use of potentially vulnerable services, … Read more