Strategic communications

with a behavioural approach

Who are we?

Data-driven, insights-led, behaviourally charged.

We are an award-winning, full-service, strategic communications and behavioural insights consultancy, delivering communications and campaigns with organisational impact.

What do we do?

We create meaningful campaigns that work, ensuring audiences:

How do we do it?

Our recommendations are data-driven, our strategies are informed by insights, and our campaigns are measurable.

At Lynn PR, we fuse academic behavioural models and theories with creative campaigns and communications that deliver tangible results for our clients.

The BS Monitor is the first dedicated pulse-check of literacy and adoption of behavioural science in the PR and communications industry.

Our clients

Our clients include public sector organisations and private sector businesses. Here’s a snapshot of who we’ve worked with in the last year.

Our work

support is out there for you

Support is out there for you – Thrive LDN

Lockdown 3 posed an elevated risk to the mental health and wellbeing of Londoners, especially at-risk groups and communities. We were brought in to deliver a targeted, digital campaign that was behaviourally-informed and aimed to increase awareness and engagement with relevant mental health resources, services and support, to support Londoners at this difficult time.

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Freeyourmind

#FreeYourMind – NHS

We were briefed to help NHS South East London CCG reach and engage residents to help them better understand how to spot signs of mental ill-health, and promote mental health services and support available to residents during and after lockdown.

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Our awards

What's going on?

COVID vaccine

Understanding behaviour to drive COVID-19 vaccination programmes

A snapshot into motivations, influences and barriers faced by young audiences; by Lynn PR

Vaccine hesitancy is a complex issue. For many who are hesitant about the COVID-19 vaccines, concerns are not around the efficacy of vaccines in general. Rather, research from IFF (commissioned by the ONS, May 2021) demonstrates fears around safety because of how quickly the vaccines have been developed, and a lack of understanding about long-term side effects of the vaccines, especially as they have been in use for such a short time.

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