Welcome to Brunswick's global community of former colleagues and friends.
Brunswick means different things to each of us. It is certainly more than just a company. For most of us, it is a community of extraordinary and exceptional people whom we have been lucky enough to live and work with.
Some of us have worked together for a long time, others for shorter periods.
The nature of who we are and the experiences we have shared means we often form great friendships and a relationship with the firm that lasts through our lifetime.
One of the other great things is that we have the opportunity to discover and learn. That is continuous and seems to grow as the firm grows. We are keen to continue to share and collaborate not just inside the firm, but also with those of us now doing different things around the world.
We want to make it easier for Brunswick people to stay in touch and follow the different things the firm is doing. If you have ideas that you think would help us do this, please be in touch.
The Brunswick Review is a journal of communications and corporate relations which features insights from global business leaders, policymakers, political figures and journalists, as well as Brunswick consultants.
In this edition, we examine the differences between – and among – generations around the world today, how they are evolving and changing, and what these changes mean for companies tomorrow. From technological disruption to diversity, employee engagement to income inequality, many of the key challenges facing companies are being shaped, in some way, by the differences between the generations.
Read the Generations Issue here.
The section below highlights regularly produced reports sharing our latest research and perspectives from Brunswick’s offices across the globe.
Stan Neve (BNY Mellon)
Stan Neve, Global Head of Communications, Investment Management, BNY Mellon, shares his insights on the evolution of leadership in communications and financial services and what to look for in the next generation of communication professionals. Watch his video here.
Alison Dykes (Battersea Power Station)
Susan Gilchrist talks with Alison Dykes, Head of Communications at Battersea Power Station, one of Central London’s largest property developments.
Mary Zimmerman (Warburg Pincus)
Interview with Mary Zimmerman, Director of Communications, Warburg Pincus.
Caroline Nico (Euronext)
Interview with Caroline Nico, Head of Communications, Euronext.
Is China in Economic Trouble? (Brunswick Partners)
Watch St. John Moore and Dr. Lu Jianzhong discuss the Chinese economy.
Jinqing Cai (Christie's)
Watch the interview with Jinqing Cai, President, Christie's China. With Christie's since June 1, 2012, Jinqing was a Partner in Brunswick's Beijing office.
Michele Davis (Morgan Stanley)
Watch the interview with Michele Davis, Global Head of Corporate Affairs at Morgan Stanley. With the firm for three years, Michele was a Partner and co-head of Brunswick’s Washington D.C. office.
Contact the Alumni team here