Conservative Leadership Debates – Who Came Out On Top?
Kekst CNC’s Dominic Reynolds breaks down the communications best practices from the Conservative Leadership Debates between Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss.
The Climate Credentials Needed to Attract the Next Generation of Employees
Climate transition will have a profound impact on business – everyone from nascent start-ups to the biggest global corporations will have to face up to mounting pressures from customers, investors and members of the public to manage the shift to a greener economy.
What Sweden’s and Finland’s NATO Memberships Mean for Companies
What will a Swedish and Finnish NATO membership mean for companies? The answer to the question is twofold: one focusing on long-term issues, the other on the short term.
The 12 Rules (and One Secret) of Media Interviews
There’s a secret about media interviews that the best media performers know instinctively. And every leader who has ever had a car-crash interview, doesn’t.
Looking ahead to the Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU
This report from Kekst CNC’s Brussels team presents and analyses the priorities of the Czech Presidency of EU Council, focusing on the areas of energy and sustainability, industrial strategy and competitiveness, and Technology, Media and Telecommunications.
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.
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?
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?