Last year Portland blazed a trail with our publication Britain votes leave: what happens next? Eight months on, we bring you Destination Brexit. Since the vote, there has been a huge amount of speculation, varied interpretations of what the vote to leave means, and continued clashes between former Remain and Leave campaigners over the form that Brexit should take.
Portland’s annual Commercial Courts report reveals a decline in European litigants for the fourth consecutive year.
In June 2016, Portland launched our second Soft Power 30 report in collaboration with Facebook. This year, the USA beat the UK to claim the top spot.
In the lead up to the EU Referendum, we launched our ‘Britain Votes Leave: What Happens Next?’ publication.
Portland analysed the top 5,000 hashtags of 1.6 billion geo-located tweets originating from Africa during 2015, as part of our third “How Africa Tweets”.
Portland’s annual Who Uses the Commercial Court? study analyses the nationalities of the parties involved in cases at the Commercial Court.
Global power is shifting and the old certainties are disappearing fast. Political and economic power is moving from West to East.
How can philanthropists use communications to shape debates, unlock resources, and change behaviours?
On average more than 25 percent of a company’s market value is directly attributable to its reputation, according to a study by the World Economic Forum.
On Thursday the polling stations will open. It has been a long and gruelling campaign, for the general public as much as the politicians.
Measurement and evaluation