Purpose on Payday

By Andrew Adie September has been the month when the ‘road to COP26’ moved up a gear. Shuttle diplomacy, which has been conducted behind the scenes to try and ensure that the carbon reduction commitments needed to deliver the Paris targets are agreed, morphed into public pronouncements about efforts to decarbonise. Boris Johnson’s UN speech…

Can fast fashion ever clean up its act?

By Charlotte Coulson, Account Director The allegations of modern slavery amongst fashion manufacturers in Leicester may not have come as a surprise to many – the industry has battled similar claims in the past. But that these practices have been occurring in the UK is something that most didn’t expect. Coinciding with the reverse lockdown in…

Coronavirus: responsible communications

By Charlie Ansdell “We have nothing to fear but fear itself” Winston Churchill Over the past few weeks, organisations have dusted down their business continuity and emergency response protocols to deal with the impacts of Coronavirus. While communications and reputation may not have been the first focus of organisations coming to grips with alternate working…