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Brian Bartlett Joins Kekst CNC as a Partner to Expand its Public Affairs Offering and Lead Washington D.C. Presence

Washington, DC, 22 June 2022 – Kekst CNC, a leading international strategic communications consultancy, announced today that Brian Bartlett has joined the firm as Partner, based in Washington, D.C.

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As Party Ends, Time for Private Equity to Adapt Its Communications

The private equity industry gathered in large numbers for this year’s SuperReturn conference in Berlin, Germany. But faced with a new macroeconomic environment, how can it communicate through one of the most difficult periods in recent memory?

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Short Selling Activism in Europe – A Strategic Communications Perspective

A random attack and some false allegations can ruin a well-positioned and reputable company overnight. But what is the best way for companies to respond to the influence of activist investors?

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Impact Insights: Horror! Apocalypse! And when media training goes wrong

Welcome to Impact Insights: four practical tips you can use next time you’re communicating with the media, employees, peers or investors.

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What the FTSE100 CEOs do in a Crisis: The Data Story of Ukraine, Russia and Corporate Responses

The first quarter of 2022 presented a challenging communications terrain for business leaders as the Russian invasion of Ukraine shook markets, shattered supply chains and shocked the world. Within hours, it was clear that big businesses would have a huge role to play; what they did – and what they said about what they were doing – would shape the contours of the conflict.

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Podcast

Episode 13: Keeping Employees Engaged (Parts 1 & 2)

With many companies pursuing ambitions to return their employees to work, the question of how to navigate these new dynamics of the employee experience naturally arises. How do companies maintain a sense of continuity and connection within atomized workspaces? Is there a generational divide in how employees approach work?