Communication Experts.

We know what a good story is, how to tell it and who to tell it to. With unparalleled experience in the media and corporate communications, True North will help you make your mark.

Media Relations

Our team don’t just know senior broadcasters and editors, they also know what they want. True North will help you tell your story, prominently and publicly, with compelling content.  

True North provide excellent insight into the energy policy landscape and execute first class communications strategies. We are delighted to be able to draw upon their invaluable advice and guidance as we work to reposition the North East of Scotland as a globally recognised green energy cluster

Maggie McGinlay

Chief Executive, ETZ Ltd.


A good campaign strategy can be the difference between success and failure. Whether it is a short burst of activity to get your message out there, or sustained pressure to bring about long-lasting change, True North will design and deliver bespoke campaigns that make the difference. 

In a matter of weeks, True North executed a successful engagement campaign that raised the profile of our organisation and plans for growth.

Captain Tom Hutchison

CEO, Montrose Port Authority

Reputation Management

Sometimes things don’t go the way you want them to. At a moment of crisis, you need experience on your side and True North’s Advisors have experience of navigating some of the most challenging of circumstances in both government and business.  

Press Office

Sometimes you would rather outsource your media relations entirely. Let True North handle all proactive messaging and incoming enquiries to give you peace of mind, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 

Media Training

We have prepared the UK’s most senior politicians and corporate executives for high-profile media interviews and public speaking events. True North will make sure you are ready for anything. 

Corporate Strategy and Narrative

An outside perspective can help you better understand your own needs. True North will ensure your conventional and digital narrative is telling key stakeholders the story you want them to hear.

Creative Campaigns

Ensuring that the written word is supported by a strong brand and visual assets is imperative for any campaign strategy. Through our strategic partnership with Lane, an award winning creative and digital agency, we can address almost any creative challenge or opportunity.

Read more about our partnership here or visit the Lane website.

Insights & news

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Keystone COP for transition mission
COP28 presents a major challenge to governments around the world. This is certainly the case for the hosts, the United Arab Emirates, who have been embarrassed by inauspicious revelations they intended to use the conference – which is aimed at securing a commitment to end fossil fuel use – as cover to broker new oil and gas deals. But it is also true for both the UK and Scottish governments, who face a growing domestic challenge to balance the competing demands of climate targets, tight government finances, and consumers concerned about the costs of achieving net zero….
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On the Hunt for growth
In an age of political surprises – most recently the return of former Prime Minister David Cameron to the cabinet – Jeremy Hunt’s Autumn Statement felt surprisingly straightforward. There was no rabbit-in-the-hat moment, no grand reveal. In fact, it was all rather Conservative, with both a small ‘c’ and a big ‘C’. This did not mean Hunt was boring – he effectively ribbed his opposite number, Rachel Reeves, and poked fun at Sir Keir Starmer – but rather just conventional. As anticipated, there were tax cuts for both individuals and business. Among the headline announcements, national insurance (NI) contributions for both employees and the self-employed were cut, saving a typical employee about £450 a year…
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Making his mark? Humza Yousaf’s speech to SNP Conference 
Humza Yousaf did not have his troubles to seek ahead of his first SNP Conference as party leader, with a comprehensive and bruising by-election defeat to Labour in the marginal seat of Rutherglen and Hamilton West the week before last, and the defection of a sitting MP to the Conservatives in recent days.  Those woes have, however, been overshadowed by the unimaginably difficult personal circumstances he’s faced over the last ten days with close family members trapped in Gaza. Under such pressure he’s looked more statesman-like than at any point in his leadership to date..
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