About Us - Hanover Communications



Hanover is an award-winning communications consultancy that advises enterprises, institutions, and individuals on building recognition and enhancing reputation.

We design and deliver strategies that unlock insight, shape narratives, harness influencers, activate campaigns, navigate regulations and access markets.

From our offices across Europe and the Middle East, we adopt an integrated approach that connects the dots across channels, audiences and issues.

Everything we do is underpinned by rigorous research and robust measurement practices to ensure that we create outstanding returns for our clients.

Our independent status means we’re both agile enough to coordinate tactical responses in a crisis, and astute enough to create strategies for long-term success.


Hanover sits at the heart of the Hanover Group, which includes our partner consultancies Multiple and The Playbook.

We also work closely with The Ecosystem, our proprietary network of like-minded independent consultancies globally.

Organisations face different communications challenges over the course of their product, campaign and business lifecycles. Both The Group and The Ecosystem have been designed to fulfil whichever needs emerge and develop.

Multiple enables ambitious entrepreneurs and enterprises to define their purpose, fire up their people and build platforms for growth.

The Playbook provides game-changing creative communications for sport, consumer and tech brands; challenging clients to Resist Ordinary in everything that they do.

The Ecosystem consultancies work together across boundaries on global and pan-European communications and public affairs briefs with a focus on excellence for clients.

Ethics and Compliance

In line with the best professional services firms, Hanover has a detailed Ethics and Compliance policy that includes our management approach to potential conflicts of interest. Hanover’s Ethics Committee, which has independent members, is chaired by Hanover’s non-executive Chairman Alastair Gornall who has a wealth of experience both as a practitioner and non-exec in the corporate communications and public affairs sector. Committee decisions will be binding on Hanover management who, as a result, may be obliged to decline to work for a client or set up new client teams or ‘Chinese Walls.’