In an environment rapidly approaching saturation and ‘commoditisation’, it has become essential for private equity firms to build strong brands that tackle the perception their activities are becoming run-of-the-mill, and to strengthen the loyalty of less captive stakeholders.
Every management company today is patently aware that over the years, digital technologies have become a driver of change throughout their business, at times going so far as to question their very existence. Marketing is among the areas most affected are marketing and, by extension, communication.
A certain number of acronyms hold sway across the media (BRIC, GAFA, etc.) and highlight a phenomenon that cannot be ignored. But illustrating the fragility of hierarchical arrangements, they can be cast aside as quickly as they arise…
Media relations have changed radically in recent years. One reason for this is the impact on agencies of the profound changes that the media have undergone over the past decade, changes that question the role of the agency.
Having a presence in London is as important to financial services companies as ever. So too is media visibility in this market.