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29 June 2016 | 2:20 min read

Each year we see the circulation of national newspapers continue to drop, and within the next 10 years we will see even more significant change to the media landscape and how we consume news.


20 June 2016 | 1:15 min read

The following article is adapted from a lecture SenateSHJ Partner Ziena Jalil gave to Massey University communications and public relations students on international public relations, based on her experience as a regional director for Education New Zealand in India.

9 June 2016 | 1:20 min read

SenateSHJ is proud to be taking part in this years’ Run Melbourne event, in support of our community partnership with the Missing Persons Advocacy Network (MPAN).

Ziena Jalil and Hugo Shanahan have joined the partnership at our Auckland office, bringing even more smart thinking to solve our clients’ most challenging problems.


16 May 2016 | 2 min read

When did you last say that? ‘Now here’s the thing’ seems to have appeared from nowhere, maybe four or five years ago. It was the opening line du jour for every fashionable columnist as a sign of coolness – or to cause irritation in the rest of us, who thought that hearing it once was more than enough.


6 May 2016 | 2 min read

Corporate reputation damage can hit at any time. It negatively impacts share price, profitability, business operations and can destroy personal reputations and end people’s careers. The rapid rise over the past decade of the risk executive is testimony to how many companies are taking reputation and risk seriously…or is it?

5 May 2016 | 1 min read

New Zealand Prime Minister John Key sounded a clear warning at the inaugural Cyber Summit: the reputations of businesses are at serious risk from cyberattacks.

The Cyber Summit 2016 in Auckland today brought together over 300 business leaders to deliberate the immediate threat to cybersecurity.

28 April 2016 | 1:10 minute read

Anyone watching the US presidential primaries will know we are witnessing one of the most unpredictable outcomes in US political history.

While the media has been fascinated by Donald Trump’s headline-generating rhetoric, a more important development has been taking place below the waterline – the ability to generate campaign momentum.