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There is one overriding purpose to government at the moment and that’s injecting confidence back into UK PLC.

Having listened to the Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s ‘Summer Economic Update’, I am reminded of the saying: ‘There’s no such thing as a free lunch’.

Big government has never been more fashionable. With unprecedented state interventions, massive government spending sprees and bailouts dominating the news bulletins, Whitehall’s levers of power have gone into overdrive.

Has COVID-19 given us the impetus to realise what we can achieve?

In recent times, as we all continue to navigate through the pandemic, I have found myself delving deeper into music and appreciating how it encourages connectivity, motivation, and entertainment.

There won’t be an easy path to recovery for the UK’s High Streets following this tumultuous period. What is clear is that the post-Covid-19 period will result in ‘new beginnings’.

“Hi, my name is James and I’m here to help tonight. It sounds like you’re going through a lot at the moment, would you like to tell me more about it?”

With lots of creatives and directors locked indoors for weeks on end, agencies have had to re-think how they make effective advertising.

Explaining to communities how construction is continuing safely – in a way that is “Covid-19 Secure” – has become an extra challenge for site teams.

In these challenging times, we know that mental health matters now more than ever. As we mark Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, some of Team Social share the little things that have supported their mental wellbeing during lockdown.

A strategically planned communication strategy has never been as important as it is right now, as businesses carefully navigate digital platforms and change the way they communicate with their employees, their clients, their prospects and the wider community.

As thoughts rightly turn to recovery, the term ‘active travel’ has emerged as an apparent panacea to business. Whilst making changes to the workplace