Northburgh House
10 Northburgh Street
London EC1V 0AT

Tel: +44 [0]20 7253 9900
Fax: +44 [0]20 7253 9911

Blog Archives

Why online reviews should be a key focus for business

Posted on

Online reviews play a big part in shaping public opinion of businesses and brands. Here we discuss how businesses can use reviews to improve their reputation, as well as their products and services.

Samsung: Learning the Lessons for Crisis Communication

Posted on

Samsung has joined an unwelcome club of companies that have suffered from high-profile and prolonged product recalls. Did they go the right way about handling the crisis?

Poll suggests growing levels of trust in government – but it needs to deliver

Posted on

Despite the uncertainty generated by the historic vote to leave the European Union on 23 June this year, new Populus opinion polling for the Institute for Government reveals that people are relatively hopeful about government.

The rotten truth about household food waste

Posted on

According to a new report published by Sainsbury’s, every year British households throw away an astonishing 7 million tonnes of food, 4.2 million tonnes of which could be saved. Our research reveals the factors leading to this wasteful behaviour.

Young peoples’ views on the challenges of getting into work in 21st-century Britain

Posted on

Based on insights from Populus research, the report An Age of Uncertainty published by the Chartered Institute of Management and EY Foundation reveals young peoples’ views on work experience and careers.

Premier League Fan Panel predicts Manchester battle for title

Posted on

Results from our latest Premier League Fan Panel reveal the teams, players and managers fans predict will be the ones to watch.

The public versus parliamentarians: What do they think of regulation?

Posted on

In the last of our posts on regulation, we focus on public confidence in various industries and how much regulation they feel is needed. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the general population are less trusting than MPs.

Watching the watchmen: Parliamentarian opinion on regulators

Posted on

Further insights from our research into UK regulators reveal MPs’ views on the effectiveness, funding and remit of the industry watchmen.

Where next for regulation? MPs’ views on industry and regulation

Posted on

The first of a series of posts that look at UK industry regulators reveals that MPs’ trust in the gambling and energy sectors is flagging.

MPs believe that the levy on sugary drinks will be extended

Posted on

Are food companies right to be worried about the Chancellor’s plans to introduce a sugar tax in 2018?

Gove outperformed Boris during the EU referendum campaign, say MPs

Posted on

We asked MPs to tell us which Remain / Leave politicians they thought were the most effective at putting across their argument during the campaigns.

New report reveals falling public trust and confidence in charity sector

Posted on

While trust and confidence in charities has fallen, our research for the Charity Commission reveals that showing evidence of impact is the solution.

Page 1 of 3123
Webflow to WordPress theme development by whois: Andy White