Senior Account Director
5 Chancery Lane
London WC2A 1LG
+44 20 7269 firstname.lastname@example.org
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. His clients include UK top 20 accounting and top 100 law firms as well as global technology enterprises.
Tal works with clients to secure high-impact profile in, and relationships with, top-tier national and sector publications from The Financial Times to Property Week. He also advises on reputational and crisis prepardeness issues ranging from workplace and empoyment matters to business restructuring.
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.
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. In his spare time, Tal plays football and squash and tries to write about travel and history.
“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
Post-pandemic placemaking: five trends shaping the future
Will pedestrianisation save high street retail? Senior Account Director Tal Donahue comments in City AM
Tsunami ahead? Communications key for Insolvency Practitioners