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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’s Daniel Jackson presents…

    Each year TCC fund an award ‘the best undergraduate student undertaking the social marketing elective’ at Brighton University and we ask one of the team to present the prize each year to the winning student

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

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