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Understanding people is the starting point to involve, engage and communicate effectively; what motivates them and who influences them. The Campaign Company’s unique politically aware insight driven practice helps our clients do this.

We use Values Modes, a powerful tool that helps to explain the underlying drivers of behaviour. Understanding why people do things makes for better service design, better decision-making and more efficiency.

We pride ourselves on producing high quality and reliable insight that inspires meaningful change and helps clients respond to new and challenging policy and communication needs. We currently work with local authorities, NHS Trusts, charities, businesses and membership based organisations. But we will work with anyone who shares our values.

To find out more about our values approach, examples of work we have delivered and to take our values modes test please click HERE.

  • TCC become Consultation Institute Practitioner Partners

    At this years annual Consultation Institute conference, TCC Chief Executive Graeme Wilson accepted our designation as Practitioner Partners.

    TCI Conference 2014

  • NEW Interview

    TCC have interviewed Professor Jeff French; CEO at Strategic Social Marketing. Please click here to view the video

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  • Googling Alone Revisited : simple measures of social capital by postcode

    In 2008 I posted a blog posting called Googling Alone about how one could simply Google postcodes to explore local social capital. I said then: You may have heard of the book Bowling Alone by Robert Putnam where he surveys the decline of social capital and suggests how it can be revived. The evidence base
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  • No one ‘left behind’: community cohesion now!

    In 6 months there will be General Election where levels of community cohesion and the impact of immigration are likely to be a dominant issue. The European elections and the recent by-elections in Clacton and Heywood and Middleton are symptomatic of widespread disaffection with the mainstream political parties. The phrase ‘the left behind voter‘ has
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  • Shisha Smoking at the European Social Marketing Conference

    Last week, Rosanna Post and myself from TCC went to this year’s European Social Marketing Conference that was held in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The conference promised to be an interesting mix of debates, examples of good practice and insight in the development of social marketing in Europe, mainly centred on health (although animals weren’t forgotten
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  • The Values Choice

    The Values Choice: Cultural Values in the short and long-term – the debate continues Three years ago I wrote about the ‘Values Gap‘. This was a blog posting that has been cited in RSA reports on the psychological basis for active citizenship. Now is the right time to talk about what one might describe as
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