Corporate

The Plastic Problem

Consumer,Corporate,Corporate and Consumer PR

Theresa May recently made another announcement in the war on plastic, stating that plastic straws and cotton buds could be banned in England in a bid to cut plastic waste. This announcement was made at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, with the idea to position the UK as a world leader on tackling plastic…

Why the Importance of Brand in Business Aviation is Increasing

Why the Importance of Brand in Business Aviation is Increasing

Corporate

Citigate Dewe Rogerson is an international communications agency working for some of the biggest companies in the world. It has extensive experience in the business aviation sector where it has worked for OEMs, charter, management and maintenance companies, as well as specialist finance organisations. The growth of social media, the digital revolution taking place in…

Victoria Sheridan joins Citigate Dewe Rogerson

Corporate

Citigate Dewe Rogerson has appointed Victoria Sheridan as a Director in its Corporate team.

Translating the language of technology

Corporate

Professor Brian Cox OBE is a hugely insightful and charismatic speaker, and the huge turnout for his opening keynote speech at IP EXPO Europe served to reinforce his unparalleled ability to explain some of the world’s most complex theories through simple terminology.

Blackburn Rovers FC – Pulling up the comms drawbridge does not work

Corporate

The running of Blackburn Rovers is a clear example of how not communicating and pulling up the drawbridge can alienate fans or customers, incite dissatisfaction and destroy any loyalty that has been earned over generations.

Communicating ESG – The gap in the market

Corporate

Pressures on companies to behave ethically have gained a powerful momentum in the 21st Century.

When words become meaningless

Corporate

Brands increasingly use meaningless words to sell products. Don’t believe me? Let’s take a look at something we all read, the humble restaurant menu designed to entice the hungry customer.

Will it be a hard or soft GDPR?

Corporate

The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force in May 2018 and will bring with it onerous fines of 4% of the previous year’s turnover or €20 million, whichever is the greater, for non-compliance.

Changing Places: The growing opportunities for financial centres in Europe

Corporate

How are globalisation and breath-taking advances in technology determining what happens to the EU’s highly attractive market?