Secure influencer support

Politicians, medical professionals, journalists, government officials and commissioners all make change happen. But behind the professional personas of all these stakeholders are people with differing priorities, emotions and interests. We have experience establishing connections with influencers across a variety of disciplines. Getting to the heart of the aspirations and ideals of the people you work with is at the core of what we do. We want to help you develop strong engagement strategies and build lasting professional relationships with key influencers in your sector.

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Charity Parliamentary Monitor

What do MPs and Peers think about the charity sector? How do they feel about your brand, campaigns and effectiveness compared to your comparators? Our charity market research can help you answer these questions.
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Primary Healthcare Monitor

Charities are increasingly relied upon to support healthcare delivery. Ensure you’re meeting the needs of the healthcare professionals and patients you support using insights from our charity market research.
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Bespoke Research

Our specialist bespoke research team have the skills and experience to design your project from start to finish.
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Our research can help you make sure key stakeholders are on board through:

  • Stakeholder audits
  • Brand work and strategic development
  • Campaign testing
  • Affinity and information testing

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Blog

Local Hero: why devolution matters for fundraising

The divergent pathways taken by governments across the United Kingdom towards the handling of the pandemic has illustrated the increased strength and identity of the devolved nations. This week Peter Dawson reflects on the implications of this divergence on the charity sector and asks how charities can adapt to an increasingly parochial public sphere.

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