Our approach

As institutions around the world compete for capital, business and talent, they are increasingly scrutinized for their strategic readiness and judged by how they respond to challenges.

Kekst CNC helps global business and institutional leaders navigate these challenges and opportunities, and develop and execute the integrated communications strategies necessary to maintain the confidence of stakeholders in this era of accelerated change.

We approach this through our three principles of:

Insights

COP26 Commentary

COP26 Commentary

It’s been an intense and fast-moving week in Glasgow. Expectations have quickly moved beyond words and pledges, and the battle against greenwashing has become a central theme. Will the event be considered a success or a noble failure?

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COVID-19 Opinion Tracker - Edition 9

COVID-19 Opinion Tracker - Edition 9

The ninth iteration of Kekst CNC’s international tracking survey reveals a step-change in attitudes towards coronavirus, with more people saying governments should now prioritise protecting their economies, even at the expense of limiting the spread of the virus.

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Episode 11: Digital (Dis)trust

Episode 11: Digital (Dis)trust

In our 11th Global Thinking podcast episode, guests Simon Pfeiffer and Randolf Carr, Policy Advisors at the Munich Security Conference and Kekst CNC’s James Johnson discuss the findings of a recent European survey conducted by Kekst CNC on behalf of the Munich Security Conference on digital (dis)trust. The research finds that Europeans are deeply concerned about their security online and worry that their countries are too dependent on foreign suppliers of digital technologies.

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