How do the experts define corporate reputation? And how is a company’s standing affected by disruptions in its industry, or by a crisis in a competitor?
Brand & Reputation
1. When should a rebrand be done?
Have you ever walked out of the cinema with a burning desire to buy something?
The start-up landscape has exploded since the turn of the 21st century, forging new economic models whose taste for uncertainty and adventure has become the norm.
We live in a new economic era, one in which organisations no longer compete solely on financial variables, but strive to win the respect, trust and support of their main stakeholders – employees, clients, potential clients and society in general –
We have all experienced those moments in the car when we would rather be doing anything else other than sitting in a traffic jam, twiddling our thumbs while gazing out of the windscreen at the rear braking lights of the car in front, hoping that t
To state the understated, it’s been an eventful 18 months when it comes to the outbreak of cyber security attacks, data privacy violations and data breach issues.
Today’s millennials are tomorrow’s leaders.
We all know reputation matters. While it takes years for a company or organisation to build up a good reputation, it can be shattered in just a few hours by poor leadership, faulty products, unethical behaviour to name but a few reasons.
One of the leading communicators in the tech space, Frank X. Shaw has helped lead the company through major transformations.