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A post-lockdown conversation with Moore Kingston Smith

In our latest conversation with Graham Tyler, we found out how they are helping companies adapt and prosper post-lockdown.

11 May 2021

We were delighted to have Graham Tyler, Media & Entertainment Partner at Moore Kingston Smith presenting an award at our recent British Arrows 2020 show. Away from all the glitz and glamour of the awards (ok, maybe a bit more gin and pyjamas for some watching at home!) we chatted to Graham about what’s changed since we last spoke (In Conversation with Graham Tyler).

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As a long time supporter of creativity, the firm has worked closely with all parts of the industry for many years. They recognise that the past year has not been easy for the creative industry and, like most other industries, has faced a series of unique challenges. Through their regular informal lunch time gatherings and interviews with key industry figures (‘David Reviews…’), Graham and his colleagues at Moore Kingston Smith have been struck by the sector’s exemplary resilience and by its alacrity to find creative ways around the considerable road blocks thrown in the way.

The work celebrated by the British Arrows is testament to this resilience and Moore Kingston Smith send their congratulations to everyone involved. Reflecting on the recent awards, Graham said, “with many of our clients winning awards at the British Arrows throughout the years, we are proud to be involved with such a prestigious event as sponsor.”

Although unwelcomed, Graham recognises that Covid has been the catalyst for change and businesses have had to find ways to adapt quickly. Graham said, “at one of our lunch discussions one client expressed the view that 5 years of change had been crammed into 5 weeks last year ,which I think is right. But our clients have managed this and are emerging positively.” The firm’s focus now is on working with their clients to build new strategies which will allow them to continue to develop and prosper in future years.

If you would like to get in touch about any business issue, please do not hesitate to email Graham at gtyler@mks.co.uk.

Read more about Moore Kingston Smith here.

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