Senior Associate Director
20 Old Bailey
London EC4M 7AN
+44 20 7269 email@example.com
Tal is a reputation and communications adviser to professional services, property and B2B brands.
He helps complex businesses and expert individuals become thought leaders and works to defend their reputation and brand value in special situations. He has worked with clients ranging from UK top 20 accounting and top 100 law firms to global tech and energy enterprises, as well as NGOs.
Tal works with clients to secure high-impact profile in, and relationships with, top-tier national and sector publications, as well as frequently advising on high stakes strategic reputational issues where the effective management of internal and external stakeholders is critical.
This has included providing communications counsel and support to companies and their professional advisers in relation to brand positioning; internal / workplace investigations; regulatory compliance; litigation; data breach; business restructuring / insolvency; and climate change and net zero adaptation;
He frequently advises clients on, and creates, compelling thought leadership content and campaigns for brands at the intersection of media, digital and content marketing and has lectured on the role of social media in reputation management at Richmond University – The American University in London.
He is a former PR Week’s 30 under 30.
Tal has an MA in Middle East history from the School of Oriental and African Studies, and a BA in history and classical civilisation from Roehampton University.
“Measuring the intangible: Tal Donahue writes for PM Forum magazine” – PM Forum, April 2020
“Placemaking: Buzzword or Brand Builder?” – March 2018
“Call in the administrators – report from Infinite Global 2018” – February 2018
“Reputation repercussions in wake of Presidents Club scandal” – Communicate Magazine, February 2018
“Branding a building” – Building.co.uk, March 2017
Tal's recent content
Navigating difficulty: communicating through complex insolvencies
Campaign to lead the debate on digital transformation