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Noteworthy strategic communications.


Insignis Media & Strategy is a strategic communications firm based in London. We create communications campaigns for our clients utilising the principles we have developed from our backgrounds in political campaigning and media production.

We draw upon aspects of market research, public relations, stakeholder engagement and marketing, as well as produce all our creative content and campaign materials in-house, to enact bespoke full-scale campaigns for our clients to communicate their unique message to the right audience and achieve their goals.





Positively influencing opinions and behaviour.


In a world of media saturation, generating and managing communications becomes a strategic priority for any business.

Insignis seeks to aid organisations, charities, businesses, governments and individuals in producing effective campaigns that alter the existing narrative.

Our goal is to consistently exceed expectations in delivering creative solutions for our clients’ strategic challenges. Our campaigns will be delivered on a basis of best practice, ethical responsibility, assured quality, thought leadership and harnessing the influence of strong creative content.


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Our latest work.


UpNext | New media platform launch

On 3rd September, we were excited to launch UpNext - People & Politics, our new digital media platform for fresh ideas that will positively influence our country & society. In our first episode, Nick Denys chats with Emma Barr, Head of Communications at the Centre for Policy Studies, about what we can do as individuals and as a society to encourage more women to stand for parliament. You can view the whole interview on the UpNext YouTube channel and join the conversation with us on Twitter.

Alkira Software | Conversational Commerce

It's so important for us that our clients reflect our values, and in that respect Alkira Software is a standout. What started out as tech aimed at empowering the visually impaired has grown into a voice revolution for everyone.