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The Company of Communicators is currently the fastest growing company in the livery movement.

Members join the Company for many reasons: fellowship, glamorous and fun events, closer involvement in the traditions

of the City of London, the chance to give back, and to make lifelong friendships with like-minded people from all

sectors of the communications industry.

Membership is open to people engaged in the practice of communications, or who have a strong involvement with the sector.

Our members cover a range of disciplines including PR, public affairs corporate, internal and external communications,

campaign management, reputation management and CSR.

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The main benefits of being a member are:

  • Opportunities to give back by supporting the Company's charitable activities

  • Company events, including formal black-tie dinners in historic livery halls, a summer reception, an annual news quiz, a Christmas carol concert

  • Livery events and dinners in the City including the United Guilds Service at St Pauls

  • City events, including the Lord Mayor's Show, the annual Sheep Drive

  • A chance to receive the Freedom of the City of London

  • Networking with colleagues from a wide range of professionals from across the communications industry

  • Partners, and corporate guests are welcome to most Company social events

"Good communication is the lifeblood of successful markets. I joined the Company of Communicators to promote a better understanding of this important function

in the City. The Company of Communicators holds great events, with interesting

speakers and is an important forum for communicators to network and

address issues of the day in the City." 

James Gurling OBE, Managing Director - MHP Communications

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Membership also offers the chance to make lifelong friendships with like-minded people from all sectors of the communications industry.

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The City Livery Movement

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