Who can benefit from communications advice and support from Lattice PR?
Anyone with a story to tell. You may have a new service or product to tell the world about. You may have a crisis or issue to face, perhaps an extension to your premises, or a relocation. You might want to encourage your employees to play a bigger part in your company. You could be a technical organisation or complex company needing to communicate with a non-technical audience. Or you might have something you want to say to government or legislators.
Whatever you want to communicate and whoever you want to communicate with, we can help you.
Who’s who at Lattice PR?
Richard Dymond is the MD and principal consultant. A native of Northern Ireland, he worked in politics there before training as a technical journalist in London and moving into employee communications, media relations and public affairs. Most recently he was national media relations manager for British Gas (Centrica plc), working on new product launches into the electricity and telecoms markets, as well as running the press office and handling reputational risk issues, parliamentary liaison and crisis communications. Richard is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) and the Institute of Internal Communication (IoIC). He is also a Fellow of the RSA, as well as a Director of the London Press Club.
A trained journalist, Denise Gee has developed and delivered communication strategies for a wide range of companies and organisations. Her particular strengths are in strategy development, backed up by her knowledge of the cultures, business styles and marketplaces of the Middle East and Africa. Before becoming a freelance consultant, Denise was Head of Communications for Visa International, building business relationships across Central Europe, Middle East and Africa. She now advises companies on business development, communications (internally and externally) as well as promoting organisations such as the Africa Foundation. She has strong contacts in the financial services sector and international media.