19th July 2017
It’s been a difficult few years for the charity sector. Reputational and operational issues have been brought into sharp focus as the sector grapples with how to survive and thrive. The fundraising, lobbying and governance landscape has changed, and it will continue to change further in the coming years. Few in the charity sector have yet had time to catch their breath and start to think about key communications challenges that lie ahead.
We’re taken a long-lens look at the direction of travel and considered what the sector can expect in the coming years, as well as how to prepare for the change that lies ahead. For the sector, now is the time to take stock and start strategy planning. The expert team at Grayling are on hand to host planning, strategy and messaging sessions, but in the meantime, our Charity Trends Report for 2017 offers food for thought.
7th March 2018
Three of Grayling UK’s leadership recognised in PR Week’s Annual Top Influencer Power Book 2018
Sarah Scholefield, CEO, Richard Jukes, Chairman, and Andrew Ferguson, Creative Director, from Grayling UK have been included in the UK PR industry’s top compendium, PR Week’s Power Book 2018.This...Read More
7th February 2018
EVENT 14 Feb: Grayling Engage - Delivering Effective Consultation and Community Engagement Breakfast Briefing
Grayling Engage and Grayling Manchester are jointly hosting a networking breakfast for senior communications and engagement experts that will share findings from our recently published State of...Read More
29th November 2017
Grayling's Meakin elected to serve on international board of comms industry measurement and evaluation body
Grayling's global head of strategic services, Jon Meakin has been elected to the International Board of the Association for the Measurement and Evaluation of Communications (AMEC). AMEC...Read More