We deliver integrated communications services across international boundaries and a broad range of sectors. We generate awareness, drive change and build brand equity.

Our Work

Our Work

Hanover is an independent consulting firm that specialises in advising global brands, businesses and organisations on reputation, communications and public affairs.

From our offices in London, Brussels, Dublin and Dubai, we create and deliver integrated programmes that are designed to ensure organisations bridge the gap between where they are and where they want to be.

We take an uncommon sense approach.

Our independence, depth of specialist experience, highly skilled practitioners and integrated approach underpin everything we do. We ask the right questions, challenge convention and only create work that we believe in and can be proud of.

We help to ensure that communications is a critical operational asset within organisations by managing reputations and creating business value.

Please contact Rhoda Macdonald, Client Services Director, to discuss how Hanover can help your organisation.

Please contact Rhoda Macdonald, Client Services Director, to discuss how Hanover can help your organisation engage with stakeholders in these sectors.

Our global reach

From conferences in Brasilia to tweeting in all the languages of the European Union, our teams in London and Brussels help our clients engage in global conversations. Whenever it is necessary to have a presence on-the-ground, teams are either deployed or we call upon one of Hanover’s Ecosystem partners, a group of like-minded consultancies with whom we have forged strong and close working relationships.

Find out more about our Ecosystem partners at www.theecosystem.org.


Ethics Committee

In line with the best professional services firms, Hanover has an Ethics Committee which considers and advises management on potential conflicts of interest. The Committee, which has independent members, is chaired by Alastair Gornall, Hanover’s non-executive Chairman, who has a wealth of experience as a front-line operator in the corporate and public affairs sector.

Committee decisions will be binding on Hanover management who, as a result, may have to set up new client teams or Chinese ‘walls.’ Large corporations in certain sectors can be commercial rivals but in agreement over issues; however in some cases, the conflict will be the other way around.

The Committee will help Hanover management navigate the rapids. Its terms of reference are available here.