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Lundquist is a strategic consultancy specialised in online corporate communications. We adopt a tried-and-tested approach to all our projects, dividing them into three phases: Measure | Manage | Change. Thanks to our extensive research activities, we have particular expertise in financial communications and reporting, corporate responsibility, employer branding, social media as well as user experience and interaction design. Keep up-to-date with all our activities, events and research or download our white papers. See what’s on.

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Our secret to sustainability communications: just ask…

Lundquist CSR Online AwardsIn much of the developed and urban world, digital is making life faster, more interconnected and more data-dependent. Our interactions have become more informal and yet more mediated thanks to the emergence of new communication platforms with their streams, algorithms and networks of connections.

 

What does this trend mean for sustainability and corporate responsibility (CR), concepts that (should) revolve around relations and interactions? How is it changing the way people engage on social, environmental and governance themes?

 

That’s a question we at Lundquist have been asking since 2007 as part of our CSR Online Awards. The 1,600 responses we’ve received over the years have provided illuminating insights. And it’s time to reach out again to all those involved in sustainability – whether professionally or personally – to take the pulse of how engagement is evolving in a digital age.

 

Have your say: join the survey now.

Official video from Lundquist’s European Seminar on Digital Corporate Communications and Webranking Awards

Lundquist European Seminar on Digital Corporate Communications  Milan 3 December 2015_EUWatch the official version of the video from our latest seminar on digital corporate communications , including excerpts from speakers’ presentations.

 

Re-watching these moments always brings a smile to our face. It reminds us of the preparation and reflections shared with the more than 90 companies registered. We want to thank them again for having joined us, and congratulate the Italian best corporate website winners.

 

We heard from Shel Israel, author of “Lethal Generosity”, and a host of other guests such as Jochen Schweitzer (corporate development, strategy and sustainability at Siemens) and Harri Utoslahti (Communications manager at Kesko),  on a number of important themes across digital corporate communications.

 

We hope you enjoy the video.

Germany Inc.’s dilemma in sustainability communications: connecting users (sorry, stakeholders… sorry, people…)

Lundquist - Econsense“Integration” is a word I resist with vehemence, but one I end up using despite myself. Being “integrated” is seemingly a virtue and yet what is actually being integrated with what is normally a mystery. As a piece of business jargon, it’s a ripe candidate for the FT’s Golden Flannel awards.

 

In digital, everything is by nature connected, making it paramount to specify what you think should be integrated: for us at Lundquist, it’s always the “user” (read: “stakeholders”, or read: “audience”, well actually, just read: people).

 

The importance of getting “integration” right when it comes to corporate communications – and sustainability communications in particular – was made evident in meetings with German companies in late 2015. This included a session with two-dozen representatives of Germany Inc. – from Robert Bosch, Bayer and BASF through to VW – under the auspices of Econsense, the country’s forum for sustainable business, which invited Lundquist to talk for a second time about trends in sustainability communications.

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Webranking by Comprend - FT500 Europe - European results
Webranking FT500 2015-2016: Discover which companies communicate best to their stakeholders

As published by the FT’s Investors Chronicle,  the 19th annual edition of Webranking reveals that while Europe’s 500 largest multinationals are improving their online communication, they still have a way to go to adequately respond to capital market needs.

 

For full results, read our whitepaper here

 

Webranking by Comprend - FT500 Europe - Italian results
Webranking Europe 2015-2016: Scoprite come le aziende italiane si posizionano in Europa

Siamo lieti di annunciare i risultati della 19° edizione di Webranking delle 500 maggiori società in Europa, la ricerca europea più importante della sulla comunicazione corporate digitale. La classifica è stata pubblicata nel FT’s Investors Chronicle.

 

Scaricate il report e scoprite come le più grandi aziende italiane comunicano sui canali digitali.

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