Corporate

Could uncertainty provide an opportunity for communicating internationally?

The next chapter of the Brexit saga has reared its contentious head  as the government published the first set of 25 notices advising on the possibility of a ‘no deal’ Brexit. This is the first batch of up to 80 advisory notices the government is set to publish in the coming months.

Adding value?

We are entering an interesting phase of societal and economic development, which could be characterised as the era of wealth disinflation. Consider all the major ‘business innovations’ over the past 10 years, from Amazon to AirBnB. Are they creating new sources of income and a reason to purchase or simply slashing the cost from established…

It’s hot and there’s a carrot crisis

Roads are melting and the UK has been officially experiencing a heatwave for more than a month with the current spell of hot weather lasting since at least June 23rd – and no end in sight.

Sometimes even the biggest disrupters should play by established rules

Last week saw the first public outing of the Wild Boars, the Thai football team who were rescued, to worldwide acclaim, after spending more than two weeks trapped in flood-filled caves.  Though, sadly not before the death of one of the rescue divers.

Southgate shows there is little to fear from the media

Football didn’t quite make it home. In the end the rising expectations fell flat as the England football team’s great adventure, together with a never-ending series of memes, came to an all-too-familiar end against Croatia.

It’s goodbye to Goldilocks – but not hello Bears just yet

It’s that time of year again when asset managers gather in front of the media to present their mid-year outlooks on the future of the global economy, markets and asset classes.

The Plastic Problem

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

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

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