11th May 2020
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Novel Coronavirus – rarely, if ever, has a single cause had such a dramatic and widespread impact.
However, while the impacts have been felt in almost every country, they have been far from uniform. Region by region, audience by audience the impacts of the pandemic and how they’ve been reported have varied significantly.
Navigate Response operates one of the strongest global networks specialising in crisis communications and through these unprecedented times we’ve been helping our clients to communicate in every corner of the globe from Lagos to São Paulo and from Genoa to Singapore.
17th March 2020
“Events dear boy, events,” the phrase attributed to British Prime Minister, Harold MacMillan in the 1960s to describe the reason the government was blown off course. But seismic events that rock the economy – or the slow onset crawl towards them – in news saturation are rare.
If Boris wanted his Churchillian crisis, he is now staring down the barrel at one.
31st January 2020
It’s late and your standing that red-eye watch. There’s a moderate breeze, with a sea state 4. Visibility is 1.5 nautical miles and a full moon lights the wisp of white horses. How could there possibly be an incident?
Have you ever been called by a journalist? They usually only call when something’s gone wrong.