We understand that trust iseverything when you are theguardian of a reputation
Powerscourt is an independent strategic communications consultancy. Our expert advisers provide trusted advice to companies, organisations and individuals to help them manage their reputations and value in a world of increased transparency, complexity and accountability.
Our specialist skills cover financial and capital markets communications, corporate positioning and ‘special situations' including reputational crises and issues management.
Whether people are talkingabout you or not, we’ll help yoube part of the conversation
Powerscourt was established in the belief that we could offer a different approach to traditional financial and corporate PR consultancies. Our market has developed significantly in recent years and it is no longer just about who one knows. We combine deep insight, creative thinking and influence to deliver honest perspective and a tailored strategy to each and every client, with a focus on delivering long-term value rather than just short-term popularity.
Great minds think differently. Wehave a distinctive culture of diverse,highly skilled and experienced people
It’s about the team and not the individual and our strength stems from our diversity. From day one, we set out to build a team whose collective experience would produce the best results for our clients. When a company selects us, it benefits from the experience of former journalists and career communications professionals together with former bankers, brokers, lawyers and industry specialists. This makes sense on paper and works to great effect in practice.
We are proud to support someof the most successful and dynamic businesses in the UK and internationally
No two briefs are ever the same. We currently advise over 60 clients ranging from high profile FTSE 100 companies to early-stage, fast-growth businesses, spanning most industry sectors.
On 9 Sept '14, Simon Walker, head of the IOD shared his experience of PR & reputation management with c.100 corporate comms specialists.
On 7 Nov '14, we hosted a lunch with the Irish Times to discuss topics including the economics of print media and the outlook for Irish politics.