Mark Wall Communications work across the country to deliver outstanding communication services for a range of organisations and companies. Since the company was formed in early 2011, we have worked with clients in the public and private sectors, in the health, housing, local government, manufacturing and third sectors.
We have provided additional media and communications support to existing teams; taken on one-off projects; reviewed existing processes and systems and provided training in media management, marketing and communication services. We have facilitated events and provided high level advice and consultancy on strategic and sometimes controversial issues.
While we are very proud of our website, all of our work has come from word of mouth recommendations. Please contact us for details of previous clients who would be happy to tell you how we helped them.
London Housing Foundation
LHF give grants to agencies working with homeless people, sponsor the London Homelessness Awards and fund training and travel for managers in the homelessness sector in London. Mark works with the LHF as their Communications Associate, drafting collateral for various projects and offering advice to the LHF and those they support on media profile and strategic communications.
Mark is working with the senior clinical team at Somnus Scientific to help with their stakeholder engagement and social media. Somnus are developing a new way to deliver anaesthesia that is better for patients, the NHS and the environment.
ACE Multi Academy Trust
ACE Multi Academy Trust run a number of sites across Devon, Plymouth and Cornwall offering specialist expert provision for children who do not manage well in mainstream education. Mark is working with the new CEO, Gavin Gracie, to develop a communications strategy that supports the business plan and helps the business grow.
Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCG
Providing specialist advice and cover for the external communications team and lead for communications on the Healthy Weston Programme. Working closely with the acute trust teams, the project management team and the clinical spokespeople, Mark was responsible for managing messages and maximising positive coverage of the key messages.
NHS Kernow CCG
Mark Wall was engaged to develop and deliver a series of workshops with the governing body to explore their understanding the key purpose of the CCG and agree the narrative, key messages and stakeholder landscape. Follow up work involved drafting sections of the communications strategy and offering support and training to staff in the communications team.
Weston Area Health Trust
When the Head of Communication at Weston left, there was a gap while the trust considered the next step. Mark Wall was retained on a 6 – 8 days a month basis. This was to provide cover for the Head of Communications, support for the communications team, lead on the Healthy Weston project and provide advice and support to the Executive Team. It was agreed that one day a week would be spent at the hospital, meeting the team, agreeing priorities and delegating tasks, with the rest of the week worked remotely and flexibly as needed. This arrangement continued for seven months until the new Head of Communications was in post.
World Health Organisation
Mark Wall was asked to work with the World Health organisation in Athens to provide training to leaders of the Greek health service. Working alongside social marketing expert Jeff French Mark designed and delivered a day’s training in Athens for 50 Chief Executives and officers from the Ministry of Health. The course covered internal communications, media management, crisis communications and stakeholder management and was very well received.
The Care Forum
The Care Forum run a number of projects across the south west, supporting people in the health and social care system. In the last year Mark has provided media training for the senior leaders in the group, devised and implemented a media and stakeholder management campaign to raise awareness of a specific project to help victims in the criminal justice system and supported the publication of some good practice guides by organising and publicising a well received event in Taunton.
As part of his role with The Campaign Company Mark has been working with the YourMK team, who lead on regeneration in Milton Keynes. Mark offers support on their communications as a new independent company. This has involved managing and implementing the communications’ strategy, media relations, stakeholder management and social media planning. Mark has helped the team to develop a media presence and increase their online communications.
Mark Wall has teamed up with new consultancy firm Sirius partners to help them launch their products. As well as working with the team to design material for their launch conference, Mark is developing a marketing and communications’ strategy to ensure that the key stakeholders are aware of what Sirius can do to help them. This involved drafting copy, liaising with journalists and implementing plans to raise awareness in the market.
Cobalt is a leading medical charity founded in 1964, helping in disease prevention, research, treatment and diagnosis. Cobalt has been making a real difference to the quality of life and the outcomes for those affected by cancer and other life-limiting conditions. Mark Wall Communications has worked with Cobalt over the last three years, offering training and communications and marketing support.
Yeovil District Hospital
Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust provides care to about 185,000 people mainly in the South Somerset area. Mark Wall Communications have worked with the Trust over the last three years providing additional support for the communications team and expert out of hours emergency cover for the senior team.
The Campaign Company
Mark Wall is an Associate Director of The Campaign Company, an insight driven communication services, engagement and research company based in South London but with clients nationally.
Mark has worked with TCC on projects in Calderdale, Wakefield, Derbyshire, Gloucester, Somerset, Leeds. He also provides regular training for the TCC team and represents the company at high level pitches.
PCI DSS Special Interest Group
I was very impressed with your presentations at our conference… I was amazed how much content you covered in such a short time, and delivered it with such clarity. Thank you very much for all of your help, both prior to the day and during.
– Matt Ball, PCI DSS SIG
London Sexual Health Programme
Mark was the Communications Lead for this ambitious project bringing together 27 London boroughs to develop a new online sexual health service. Weekly conference calls were held with the leadership team with tasks and responsibilities agreed for the following week. Mark developed, monitored and reviewed the communications strategy, led on all proactive and reactive press and provided advice and support to the project lead Dr Andrew Howe, including helping him to prepare for giving evidence at the Health Select Committee in Parliament. The budget was agreed as 5 days a month maximum and Mark ensured that all of his work was carried out flexibly within this, including attending meetings in London twice a month.
Mark Wall was commissioned to carry out a review of internal communication at this successful private school. This entailed in depth interviews with 20 staff to discuss their views and experiences leading to a report setting out the strengths and weaknesses and making a series of recommendations. This was followed by a seminar with the senior leadership team to agree the narrative and key messages for the organisation. Discussions are ongoing about work to follow this up.
Dexterous Designs Ltd
We have been very fortunate to work collaboratively with Mark on a number of projects for different clients, and have more work planned for the future. Having known Mark for many years now through the business community, we have always been impressed with his professionalism and portfolio of work. We look forward to this relationship building in the future and do not hesitate in recommending Mark to our clients for support with Communication Strategy, PR or Media Management.
British Institute of Radiology
Mark provided expert media management raining for the senior team at the BIR, hellping then to build a team of clinical leaders ready to comment on all relevant news stories, and generate positive publicity about the institute and the industry.
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