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We are always learning new things and we like to share our findings to inspire and inform not only our clients but also the creative community.

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Employer brand management, in conversation

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Top tips on running a creative studio

Emperor’s executive creative director Marc Jenks speaks to Design Week and shares practical insights into how to run and manage a growing design studio.


Are you ready for the next reporting cycle?

Our recent FTSE SmallCap & AIM event in London focused on how these companies can use the annual report as an opportunity to better communicate their investment story to the market.

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Defining client experience

Good experiences (including professional ones) come from relating as individuals, sharing thoughts and feelings with others who believe in and are passionate about the same things as you.

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Addressing executive pay

In September, a briefing by an independent non-party think tank, the High Pay Centre criticised levels of executive remuneration and called for annual, binding shareholder votes on executive pay.

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Corporate culture recognised as a key value driver

As discussed at the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) seminar last month, culture is becoming increasingly recognised for the role it plays in generating sustainable growth.

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The merits of good reporting

‘Best practice reporting shields businesses against volatility or disaster’.

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Access, Board, Careers

The Investor Relations Society's 30th conference, Access, Board, Careers: An ABC of IR provided valuable insight to those in the IR profession, or those liaising with IROs, such as analysts and fund managers.

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Our story with the University of Edinburgh

Having worked together for 8 years, we are delighted to be reappointed to the University of Edinburgh’s design roster once again.

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Business by design

Design-led business outperforms by 228%