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News & Views

Word up people!

Our colleague Oscar attended the annual meeting of the Arthur Page Society, arguably the world’s premier organization for senior-most communications leaders

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IFA 2019

Last week, 3 Monkeys Zeno showed up at the world's leading trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances: IFA.

IFA is a space for technology companies to show off the latest innovations and developments their engineers and product teams have been squirreling away on over the past year; from emerging technologies to the latest trends impacting the industry.

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What we can learn from politicians… no, really!

In the current political climate, it might seem ridiculous to say that we should take a leaf out of our MPs’ books. But politicians are the masters of sticking to their messaging.

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Decoding Corbynism: What will a Labour government mean for business?

After many months of uncertainty, a Brexit deal is on the table. The outcome is… more uncertainty. Who knows what will happen, including who will be running the country – and our economy – one year from now?

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Disruption at Breakfast

At 3 Monkeys Zeno, we are always drawn to people who think differently. So I was delighted to interview Nicole Yershon, the author of Rough Diamond: Turning Disruption into Advantage in Business and Life, at our Book at Breakfast event.

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Does having a business purpose matter?

This is the topic we got stuck into yesterday at a lunch hosted by Sarah Ogden and in conjunction with PR Moment. Building out from our brand communication expertise, we delved into the matter of whether Purposeful Brands can be Commercially Successful. Our point of view is summarised in a report downloadable here.

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How Blue Planet II changed corporate communications

The pollution of our oceans has long been an environmental issue. However, its recent acceleration up the news agenda is focussing corporate comms teams to become drivers of actions that speak louder than words

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