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Liam Clark

Partner
Liam has been working in strategic corporate communications for over 15 years.

He advises clients across a breadth of sectors and industries on M&A, corporate communications strategies, campaigning, crisis and issues, employer reputation management and change communications.

He advises clients across a breadth of sectors and industries on M&A, corporate communications strategies, campaigning, crisis and issues, employer reputation management and change communications.

“Kekst CNC is unique because it never sits still or lets you feel comfortable. It’s constantly evolving, growing and innovating.”


Liam has been working in strategic corporate communications for over 15 years. During that time he has advised some of the world’s biggest companies and organizations. His C-suite experience includes M&A, corporate positioning and reputation strategies, campaigning, crisis and issues, employer reputation management and change communications.

Liam has worked across a multitude of sectors and markets, including energy, healthcare, FMCG, retail, financial services and natural resources.

Before joining the Publicis Groupe, Liam was a consultant at Burson-Marsteller.

Liam holds a BA (Hons) degree in Business Marketing & Politics from Keele University.


Insights

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Inside the Tent

How can the world's heaviest emitters draw in an increasingly mission-driven generation of talent?

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Research

The Future of Work: How COVID-19 Has Impacted Employee Behaviour

What will the future of work look like in the aftermath of this pandemic? How has and will COVID-19 impact employees’ behaviour? What are the expectations and demands for employers? These are some of the questions we discussed on our panel event, drawing on the findings of our global COVID-19 public opinion survey and the perspectives of our Kekst CNC experts.

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Back to the Office – The Changing Face of Employer Communications

This week the UK government set out its three-phased approach for gradually lifting the current lockdown restrictions and returning the nation back to what previously might have been described as “normal.” But while policymakers are hopeful that a COVID-19 vaccine will be successfully developed, the Prime Minister and his scientific advisers acknowledged that there is no real assurance that we will not be living with COVID-19 for a long time to come.

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United Kingdom