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Research and Analytics

  • FleishmanHillard UK release new food and drink communications report

    February 23, 2021

    NAVIGATING A UNITED VS. DIVIDED NATION: FOOD & DRINK COMMUNICATIONS IN 2021 Coronavirus, climate change and Brexit have all had a profound impact on the way in which we purchase and consume our food and drink, as well as our outlook towards the sector in the UK. But these three forces have also all affected us in different, uneven, and unexpected ways. In this report, partner & EMEA lead for food, agribusiness and beverage (FAB...

  • Why understanding subconscious behaviour is the key to driving change in 2021 and beyond

    November 17, 2020

    By Nicole Harris, Research Manager, TRUE Global Intelligence ‘Tis the season! Nope, not Christmas (although I’m sure Michael Bublé is defrosting as I type) – November is Measurement Month. And like everything in the whirlwind of 2020, this year’s Measurement Month should take us all back to the drawing board of what really matters in the work that we do. AMEC’s Barcelona Principles 3.0, presented earlier this year, reiterated the importance of measuring not only PR...

  • FleishmanHillard Fishburn create cutting-edge social media model with Professor Jonah Berger

    October 29, 2020

    The social and innovation team at FleishmanHillard Fishburn today announced the release of OPTIMISE, a new model for evolving social media strategy and digital propositions, developed in partnership with marketing expert, New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author, Professor Jonah Berger. OPTIMISE is a new model for social media success for brands and organisations founded in the teachings from Professor Jonah’s ground-breaking work published in his book, ‘Contagious: How To Build Word Of...

  • Data-driven creative is not the ideal, it is the norm

    November 7, 2019

    Raise your hand if you’ve ever asked, or been asked, the following to your team or your agency: “hey we need some stats / research that supports our creative.” Don’t worry, no one is watching. You can admit that this has happened. When you’ve worked in PR and comms for as long as I have, you can understand, to a certain degree, why this happens. PR and comms professionals are under immense pressure and are, rightly or...