Teneo Blue Rubicon is part of global CEO advisory firm, Teneo.
Teneo Blue Rubicon advises CEOs and boards of the world’s largest and most complex companies and organisations. With an unparalleled blend of knowledge, skills and experience, we provide clients with comprehensive strategic counsel to create value by building and protecting reputation. We draw on the power of the broader Teneo global offer which includes 12 different operating divisions across 14 offices worldwide.
Our consultants advise global businesses at a senior level on how to solve crucial reputation, transformational and capital markets issues. Our partners draw on professional advisory careers spanning over 20 years and have proven track records of supporting leaders and clients including Coca-Cola, Heineken, McDonald’s, Tesco and Accenture.
A proven, integrated approach means we can help clients anticipate, prioritise, avert and surmount great challenges and achieve profound transformations. We work with many of the world’s largest and most complex companies and organisations to address reputation and other critical challenges and opportunities in a cohesive way. As business leaders increasingly demand services that enhance value, we offer a rare mix of the highest quality strategic thinking coupled with the best in class reputation campaigning.
Our first piece of work for CLIC Sargent has been to advise on the charity’s communications and stakeholder engagement strategy. With an initial focus on CLIC’s Cancer Costs report, we helped launch new research during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Cancer Costs uncovers the financial impact of treatment, exploring the rising costs for families when going through cancer treatment, as well as their decreasing income. Next, we will help develop the #Cancercosts campaign to tackle key issues raised by the report.
With a mix of initiatives we raised £54,000 for Rainbow Trust, enough to provide 2306 hours of care for families who have a child with a life threatening or terminal illness. Activities included walking the Thames Path Challenge, running the London Marathon and cycling from Baku, Azerbaijan to Batumi, Georgia. Sports aside, we held a bake off, pimped our pods and got festive with a Santa run and Christmas carol concert.
In 2015 our first carol concert at St George’s Church, Hanover Square raised money for Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity. Almost 200 staff, partners and clients enjoyed carols sung by the debuting consultancy choir, which performed a specially adapted “12 Days of Christmas”. There were readings by Michael Lynas, the Chief Executive of the National Citizen Service; John Reilly, Head of Sky News; and Heather Wood, Chief Executive of Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity. All followed by mulled wine and mince pies.