Frank & Brown is a flexible, fast moving communications consultancy providing public relations, writing and editorial support, strategic internal communications services, project management, training and publishing.

Frank is how we work. We are open, direct and challenging. We will always be straight with you. Always be imaginative and seek the right solution for you and your organisation.

Launched in 2006, Frank & Brown is led by Andrew Brown and Angela Brown, bringing in specialist associates as required. The business has established a reputation for being easy to work with, delivering results, sound advice and good value for money.

Case Studies

You can gain a sense of how we work and the relationships that we establish with our clients by looking at some case studies. Please get in touch to find out if we could do the same for you.

SERO – net zero housing

Sero is a disruptor. It’s a different project, an unusual way of managing a client...and it's a cause that’s socially and morally correct.

Burtt-Jones & Brewer

Burtt-Jones & Brewer is not just an independent award-winning workplace design consultancy they are a breed of client that is engaging, creative and that’s become a colleague and friend too.


Gather & Gather ticks all the boxes for being a great client to work with – open minded, supportive, trusting and direct with a desire to be different...

HATCH Analytics

The subject, the passions and the ideas are exactly the kind of philosophy and approach Frank & Brown likes to promote...

Rebranding exercises, annual reports, web sites, magazines and marketing strategies all need an objective critical eye and a steady hand.

Opinions and Ideas

Shared values = added value

At the heart of my work is telling other people’s stories. It is even better if the message is one that will make a positive difference to world that we live in.

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Every little helps

Good communications should work inside and out. In fact, great communications work from the inside our – that was the thinking behind Tesco and its ‘every little helps’ slogan. What began as a rallying cry for employees to improve service became a popular marketing strapline.

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Never waste a good crisis

When the going gets tough, that’s when the tough get going – or at least those with a plan and the skill to use it. That’s how to cope when a crisis hits.

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