Corporate Communications

Based on years of experience, our senior players construct Corporate Communications strategies that reflect your business, building a narrative that tells a credible story and resonates with the people that matter.

From basic messaging and identifying key audiences and stakeholders, to articulating headline behaviours, defending a point or selling a product, RepComms can provide the advice and the tools to help you be heard.

Whether preparing for growth, to buy or sell, retrenching or launching, your reputation is key. Take charge of it with RepComms.

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Corporate communications has become an all-encompassing discipline; communicating with and listening to all stakeholders in business-based organisations.

RepComms covers that ground. On behalf of our clients we listen to customers, advise boardroom executives, engage with politicians, build and maintain relations with media, connect with NGOs, campaign and pressure groups and ensure that the people we represent receive as well as transmit.

Business is now, in every sense, public property. Social media, shareholders, communities in which companies do business all have their say. We’ll give you the best engagement strategies and help you see them through.

Corporate Communications
Corporate Communications
Media Relations
Media Relations
Crisis and Issues
Crisis and Issues
Change Management
Change Management
Digital and Social Media
Digital and Social Media
Media Training
Media Training

I wanted to thank you for the incredible job you and your colleagues did on the Triennial review. I know that this [the review] was the hardest kind of task for communications folk – complex in content, vast in scope and huge in volume. It was admirable that you worked as a team to master it, distil its messages and to sell it so well, so widely and at so many different levels. Or to put it more simply – to get the BBC to lead with the story and to tell it straight, and to have the Mail and the Telegraph loving it and to have Parliamentarians of all stripes purring over it and to keep the stakeholders, classic and modern, onside is the kind of combination that normally involves a pact with the Devil.

Trevor Phillips, Chairman, Equality and Human Rights Commission