• 06 November 2018

    Writing to remember

    Post #19: Copywriters – rediscover your writerly roots

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  • 03 October 2018

    What happens when Creative Director turns Project Manager

    Blog #18: Running the Letter Exchange Conference gives Mark a new appreciation of the PM role…

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  • 05 September 2018

    How to make the annual report a good read (please pledge now!)

    Post #17: Launching Dark Angels On Writing

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  • 04 July 2018

    The sonnet: a powerful tool for the business writer

    Post #16: Reflections from a Dark Angels weekend in Gloucestershire

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  • 06 June 20118

    ‘I hereby announce my intention to break the law’

    Post #15: Claire reflects on an unintended consequence of GDPR

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  • 02 May 2018

    Spreading joy and happiness

    Post #14: Claire finds unusual merit in GDPR

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  • 04 April 2018

    GKN’s Courage

    Post #13: Claire pays tribute to a great British company

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  • 07 March 2018

    Look after it or lose it

    Post #12: How to make sure you’ll be in business for years to come

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  • 07 February 2018

    Who is at the centre of your story?

    Post #11: Claire reflects on the coincidence of Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday on 14 February

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  • 06 December 2017

    Calendar Boys

    Post #10: And why a total stranger said to Justine – “I wish I had your job…”

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  • 01 November 2017

    All views welcome... as long as they're ours

    Post #9: Claire reflects on the conflicts at the heart of the diversity and inclusion debate

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  • 04 October 2017

    A sure-fire way to improve your writing

    Post #8: Why a Dark Angels course could be the best investment you’ll ever make in your annual report

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  • 06 September 2017

    Summer fun from the Falcon Windsor team

    What do a cloud, a doll’s head and a whale’s tail have in common?

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  • 05 July 2017

    Are you light, medium, or heavy?

    Post #6: Justine examines the weighty issue of project management

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  • 25 May 2017

    Love, Be Loved and Make a Difference

    Falcon Windsor Interim Report 2017

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  • 03 May 2017

    Following the idea

    Post #4: Mark muses on creative serendipity

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  • 05 April 2017

    Investment or indulgence?

    Post #3: Claire considers the value of the arts to business – and gives you the chance to win £1,000 for a deserving artistic cause

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  • 01 March 2017

    Are you ready for html filing?

    Post #2: Claire poses a challenge to technology companies…

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  • 25 January 2017

    Crossing the channel

    Post #1: Print first? Digital first? Claire thinks about the place to start

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Welcome to our new blog!

Every first Wednesday of the month we take it in turns to publish our thoughts on a subject related to corporate reporting. Between us, we’ve delivered a lot of reporting projects, and along the way we’ve learnt some lessons. One of the most important – and the one that has brought us together as a team – is that the difference between ‘adequate’ and ‘excellent’ often comes down to the quality of one thing: thinking.

So this blog is where we share some of our thinking. And since we have consultants, planners, designers, writers, project managers, print and digital production managers on our team, you’ll find us covering a range of subjects because we’re all interested in different things. But our approach will always be the same: think first, then do.

We are delighted to announce that the winner of our Funding the Arts £1,000 donation is Beyond Skin who are using the arts to build peace between Catholic and Protestant communities in Northern Ireland. Thank you to everyone who nominated a charity.

The FW blog is on holiday in August - look out for our next post on Wednesday 6th September.