Think Communications
Be known for what you know

Our expertise

Communication for experts by experts

We work with the best

We help organisations and their leaders be known for what they know in order to boost their reputation, build relationships and influence others. Our approach is particularly well-suited to businesses and non-profits that address societal challenges such as health, educational and environmental issues. 

You and Us

Unless you're the only player in your field then you'll probably struggle to differentiate on your product (or service) alone. That's where having a reputation based on your distinct expertise or professional approach can make the world of difference. You’re the experts but do the right people appreciate and act upon it?

If you think you could be doing more to turn your know-how and expert team to your advantage that's where we can help. 

At Think Communications we act as an extension of your team. We believe that details are important and we immerse ourselves in your way of working and the issues of relevance to you. Whether we're working on your communication strategy or rolling up our sleeves to create content, we are passionate and tenacious in delivering results for you.

We are full of ideas that employ the full range of communications, engagement and marketing techniques, with a particular emphasis on media and stakeholder relations. We want you to judge us on the exposure, engagement and action our work delivers.

 
 

Let's talk

 

☎ CONTACT

Julie 07711 818 496

julie@thinkcomms.co.uk

 

 
 

Our people

 
 

FOUNDER

Julie Kangisser

Julie is a communications industry all-rounder with over 16 years’ experience. Julie specialises in issues-based communications for the education, health and charity sectors. She entered communications consultancy at Fishburn Hedges (the leading corporate communications agency of its day) following a first career as a broadcast journalist for BBC News. Before setting up Think Communications she held senior in-house marketing and communications roles for complex organisations undergoing change. 

She brings this broad range of perspectives to her current role. She leads all client activity and works with like-minded specialists.

“When working with clients my aim is to identify a 'red thread idea' that runs through everything they do. Although my career has been varied, my 'red thread' has been creating powerful communications that make issues and information interesting - whether producing the news of the day for national TV, editing thought-leading content for a business audience or orchestrating media launches.” 

Julie has a degree in Law & Geography from the University of Cambridge and a Postgraduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism from City University, London.

 
 

senior consultant

Vicky Hatchett

Vicky has over a decade of experience specialising in Government and charity communications as well as working for a workplace communications agency where she devised internal and external employer brand campaigns. Her clients value her strategic insights, ability to deliver great results and the ease with which she establishes positive working relationships across teams.

Working alongside Julie, Vicky led a team within the Press Office at the Department for Work and Pensions where she helped the Department mitigate risk, promote key policy on a daily basis and brokered the support of key opinion formers and third parties. Vicky has extensive experience of commissioning media-led research and producing content for a variety of platforms. 

SENIOR CONSULTANT

Rosie Strachan

Rosie has 18 years' experience in consumer and corporate communications. She was an Associate Director at Fishburn Hedges for seven years, planning and delivering public health and education behaviour change campaigns for clients including the Home Office, Department of Health and Department for Education.

Rosie then worked as a planner on Public Health England's award-winning Change4Life and Be Clear on Cancer campaigns. Other social marketing clients included the NHS, Rethink Mental Illness and the National Children's Bureau.  More recently, she has been working with Save the Children on a pre-school literacy behaviour change campaign.

Rosie is a pro bono communications advisor to Child Soldiers International. She is a Fellow of the RSA and has a Masters in History from Cambridge University. She enjoys singing when time allows.

 

ASsociates

We work with a flexible team of like-minded specialists as and when required. In many cases, we've worked together for a decade or more. Our associates include copywriters, market research, public affairs, media relations, branding, design and digital marketing specialists. We are also happy to work alongside your in-house team or preferred suppliers.

 
 

We are a corporate partner to Charity Comms