Who is Beaumont?
Beaumont is a dynamic communications consultancy based in Lausanne.
We’re leading a communications revolution by changing the way companies talk about themselves.
How we work
We like to think we’re a bit different from other companies (we know, everyone says that – but why not let us prove it to you?)
We want to help you tell powerful and human stories, free of corporate jargon, to
- Engage audiences;
- Drive action;
- Strengthen and product your brand; and
- Help achieve your business objectives.
Beaumont may be small, but we like big challenges. We’re quick, agile, and try to look at things from unique angles. We rely on a network of trusted experts to help you deliver on your communications objectives.
Corporate communications and messaging expert
Imogen has over 12 years’ experience in the corporate world specialising in message development, corporate communications strategy, and communications training. Since founding Beaumont she’s enjoyed working with a variety of companies – ranging from Fortune 100 multinationals to start-ups. She’s passionate about storytelling, social media, the power of employee ambassadors, wonderful writing, rugby, and the Archers.
Media and communications skills coach
David has worked extensively in the broadcasting world for over 30 years. He has coached hundreds of senior executives across a broad spectrum of industries in both stakeholder communications and presentation skills. He was a member of McDonald’s media and crisis management team for 15 years.
Content management and design specialist
Deborah brings a wide range of skills to her work. She works on everything from ideas to content creation to website governance. She is dedicated to helping clients meet the communications challenges bought about by today’s fast-paced, multi-media world. She’s partnered with clients from a wide range of industries tackling a wide range of content assessment and strategy, social media and community management and site transition projects.
Our core values
Having the strength to lead the way, and the courage to adapt.
Saying the unsaid, and not shying away from asking difficult questions.
Focusing on outcomes. Setting clear objectives underpinned by robust strategy.
Building long-term relationships and using the collective wisdom of the crowd.
Trying new approaches and challenging beliefs and expectations.
Encouraging an insatiable thirst for knowledge.