Blackstock Consulting Daily Briefing

A summary of relevant news and updates from the past 24 hours

Blackstock Consulting Daily Briefing

A summary of relevant news and updates from the past 24 hours

"Be more human," says Blackstock MD on BBC News

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5p6rHv3JXw Blackstock founder Andrew Teacher was interviewed by the BBC on the reputational impact faced by businesses due to increasing strike action. Just as Oliver...
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Blackstock Consulting joins forces with Montfort Communications

The two companies will co-locate in a central London office in the second half of the year.
Young Norwood Awards

Real estate leaders come together to raise £140,000 at Young Norwood Awards Dinner

Blackstock Consulting sponsored the Young Norwood Awards, raising £140,000 from donations, a raffle and an auction at a lively dinner event.

Working at Blackstock Consulting: Billy Moran, Senior Account Manager

Q&A: Billy Moran, Senior Account Manager

Radical Capital: Landmark Report

Bringing together 60 major players across the private and public sector.
Driving up footfall in an age of dead malls

Are you experience(-le)d? Driving up footfall in an age of dead malls

Tallulah Gordon, Senior Account Executive

Working at Blackstock Consulting

Q&A: Anna, Account Manager

Blackstock Consulting rubs shoulders with giants in New York awards

Blackstock Consulting's Radical Regeneration Manifesto has been selected as runner-up in ANA Business Marketing’s Global Ace Awards in the Best Campaign Under $250,000 category. 

Clang, clang, clang: The sound of the commercial eviction ban kicking the can down the road

The government has extended a ban on evicting businesses from their premises for nine months after a backlash against the continuation of Covid restrictions.

The Government’s First Homes scheme will undermine affordable rented housing provision

Last night the government published updated planning guidance for local authorities for its First Homes scheme - discounted homes earmarked for local first-time buyers. The guidance would see private developers ring-fence 25% of their affordable housing contribution towards providing First Homes in a move that would impact the provision of traditional affordable housing, which is rented out at below market rates to low-income households.