10th Jun 2020
3 Min Read

Keeping clients connected. COVID-19 case studies.

Russ Norton
Russ Norton
Clients

Over the last few months, we've had the privilege of helping our clients navigate the coronavirus crisis. We've been proud to help shape the strategies and communications that have kept their people safe, informed and motivated, as well as looking further ahead to the post-covid landscape. These are just a few project highlights.

Stay in Touch at Santander

With the onset of the COVID-19 lock-down, Santander found that many of their people were struggling to access the company network from home.

They wanted a way to keep their people connected with each other during this difficult time, and they needed fresh content that would inform, amuse
and uplift colleagues. So, they came to us.

See the full case study here

Helping leaders lead at Visa

When lockdown began, Visa's leaders knew they had to look after their colleagues and managers.

Managers are leading teams in a very different environment now that things are remote. It isn't something they're necessarily used to, and they need some help.

See the full case study here

Bringing personal experience to life for a professional services firm

As employees from a major professional services firm hastened to work from home, the topic of isolation and maintaining social connection became a priority. Employees found themselves in a variety of situations
– from missing the office buzz to lacking a quiet or uninterrupted workspace at home.

Coronavirus impacted employees’ lives in many different ways and reinforcing this while helping people stay connected during lockdown became key.

See the full case study here

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