We help organisations working in and with the higher education sector to communicate and engage effectively and to build better reputations for reach and influence. Our clients are universities, specialist colleges and business schools, alternative providers, government agencies, charities and commercial partners to education.
We undertake research and analysis, provide comparative insight (based on 30 years’ experience of 300+ clients), and provide strategic consulting and reputation-building support. Essentially – we are here to help the higher education sector to innovate in communications.
Our Chief Higher Education Consultant, Justin Shaw, leads our client programmes and works with a team of hand-picked expert associates in fields such as external communications and engagement reviews, brand development, internal communications, international positioning/reputation, market research, public affairs, merger and crisis communications, community consultation, digital and social media, and campaign strategy.
During the last 30 years we have worked with clients such as: the University of Cambridge, University of Nottingham, Durham University, University of Warwick, University of Liverpool, Coventry University, LSBU, University of Bedfordshire, Bath Spa University, York St John University, HEFCE, Lancaster University Management School, the Royal Veterinary College, GSM London, Met Film School, Santander Universities, Liberty Living, Unite and Laureate Online Education.
Contact: Justin Shaw – landline: 01438 861611; mobile: 07801 010281; email firstname.lastname@example.org
“As part of our efforts to make sure we continue to be a leading university for our communications approaches and practices, we asked Justin Shaw and his team at Communications Management to be part of our own communications review team. They were able to work with us as a trusted adviser in this review and to provide important evidence of competitors and relevant comparators. They looked at our digital communications, internal communications with staff and students, media and public affairs, and alumni relations. Their work has been important in identifying continuing improvements.”