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In challenging times, your culture is critical

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Brand and culture research

The business environment is undoubtedly in a period of extreme change. In light of this, we are conducting a piece of research that looks at the future of brand and culture and their roles in supporting and creating value for businesses.

White Papers, Reporting

Beyond compliance to more authentic reporting

Our latest research looks at the defining trends and insights from the first December year-end AIM 100 annual reports.

Events, Reporting, Digital, Employee, Brand, Sustainability

Autumn events at Emperor

Our online seminars continue to offer support both in the short-term delivery of your communications priorities, and longer-term food for thought as we emerge from the current pandemic to a changed world.


Emperor's Strategic Advisory Board

Set up in 2017, our Strategic Advisory Board is a collection of independent experts from the world of communications.

White Papers, Reporting

Section 172 and successful reporting

We take an in-depth look at section 172 reporting and how the focus on stakeholders is driving long-term success.


Strong brands ‘do’ better

With uncertainty ahead, taking stock of your brand to ensure it’s prepared for turbulent times and supporting your business in the right way is more important than ever.

Events, Employee, Sustainability

Event: Good for all

Recognising the powerful impact of D&I on individuals, businesses and the community.


Nothing reveals character like a crisis

Nothing reveals character like a crisis and this period has shown that most businesses have done a brilliant job of putting their people first. Communicating, listening and responding.

News, Employee

Emperor in lockdown: Our view

We wanted to come up with something fitting for our colleague Stuart Wisken, who succumbed to COVID-19 in April.