Counter Context announces international partnership

6th March 2013

Counter Context is delighted to announce a partnership arrangement to support international company, Catalyze.

 They are an impressive team with a great product.  For us at Counter Context, a leading communications company based in Sheffield, this partnership is a key component of our approach to working alongside like minded companies to grow our business in a challenging economic environment. Catalyze design and deliver structured group decision processes. They take complex problems and difficult situations and use methods which are inclusive and transparent to help their clients make tough decisions. They have an established international track record of enabling organisations to make the decisions which achieve the results they're looking for, whether that is improved shareholder value, a better planet or both. With our successful record of engaging communities around disruptive and policy developments, there is a clear synergy with Catalyze.  For complicated and significant decisions, engaging communities and other interested groups and stakeholders is a critical part of the pathway to sustainable, transparent decision-making. It helps decisions stand the test of time and withstand public, legal and political scrutiny. Partnering with Catalyze is part of our strategy for growth in 2013.  By joining forces with other skilled, enthusiastic professionals we can respond positively to a broader set of challenges companies and communities are facing.  This is a model we are seeing elsewhere in the commercial world as companies recognise they need to stick to their core business. We are clear where Counter Context's strengths lie; it is in developing sophisticated communications programmes for our clients which engage, inspire and include stakeholders, groups and communities during the development of policy and major projects.  The strong endorsement of our clients tells us this. With Catalyze we are in an even stronger position to help our clients to overcome contentious and disruptive challenges when multiple voices need to be heard and considered. A: S1 St. James, Vicar Lane, Sheffield, S1 2EX T:  +44 (0) 114 252 1170 F:  +44 (0) 114 252 1180 E:  W:

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