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We help transform your business performance by inspiring employees and stakeholders with compelling communications, powerful brands and campaigns, and insight-driven engagement programmes.

The Corporate Culture Group now offers two expert services.

If you want to engage your employees and stakeholders in your organisational purpose, you've come to the right place.

If you're asking how to create behaviour change and strategies that deliver long-term sustainable impact, visit How on Earth, our dedicated behaviour change arm of the business.

What's new?

News - 17/10/14

Last evening, we were absolutely delighted to win the ‘Sustainable Campaign of the Year’ at the Northern Marketing Awards for our work with Recycle for Greater Manchester on the behaviour change campaign ‘Right Stuff Right Bin’.

News - 16/10/14

The Northern Marketing Awards take place this evening.

We are delighted to have been shortlisted for an award for our work with Recycle for Greater Manchester on the behaviour change campaign 'Right Stuff Right Bin' in the ‘Sustainable Campaign of the Year’ category.

News - 10/10/14

We thought it would be interesting to spotlight some of the key challenges that we’re helping our clients with.

Creating fresh, compelling narratives that engage employees and help embed business strategy - 

From helping ASDA to frame its new five year strategy for employees, to working with WWF to inspire change across its network of offices in over 60 countries, we have been creating the words and pictures that motivate employees to embrace business transformation.

News - 09/10/14

US supermarket giant, Walmart – the owner of Asda, is now looking to align its low-cost mantra with the social and environmental need to deliver safe and affordable food to the world, along with some of their counterparts in the food industry - using less land, less water and fewer chemical inputs to do it. 

Good news that some major players in food and agriculture now seem to be recognising the threats posed by climate change and water scarcity, and the urgent need to make their businesses more sustainable.

News - 03/10/14

The Love Food Hate Waste (LFHW) behaviour change campaign that we developed with WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme) has been taken up by a region in Canada for an initial three-year period.