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Individuals are always the focus of news stories


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Reputation in an digital world

Reputation is what gives companies, countries and individuals their licence to operate. But managing reputation is no easy task in a world where a single tweet can change everything in seconds – it’s what we call the new communications order. If you want to maintain or enhance your reputation this new order has implications for everything you might say or do.

A new level of scrutiny

A new set of communications rules has emerged. There’s an activist investor watching every company and a citizen photographer on every street. It’s harder than ever to stand out from the crowd. There are rent-a-quotes everywhere just waiting to comment.

We live in a world of high velocity stories.

And although it’s new technology that has created this pace, the best solutions are both new and traditional.

If you don’t control your narrative, somebody else will.


In a fragmented 24/7 stakeholder landscape, reputation has never been more important and yet tougher to manage.


Countries need investors just like companies do. In the global race for investment, trade and tourism, making yourself heard has never been more important.


Individuals will always be the focus of news stories, whether they are heads of global corporations or an entrepreneur raising their first round of capital.