"Des and Stuart are innovative, creative, responsive and have the ability to think outside of the box. They take complex business and political scenarios, and are able to explain and present them in a manner and form that everyone can understand. A unique and rare skill set."
Michael Payne, former marketing director International Olympic Committee, author of Olympic Turnaround, and now special advisor to Bernie Ecclestone at Formula One
"Great ideas powerfully presented: Des and Stuart did a great job of teaching here. They really understand the business education world and engage with our faculty. I am happy to endorse them at any business school or corporation. Our students really raved as well -- and want them back as part of the communications class that is taught in the core of the MBA program."
Kim Keating, director of communications, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
"The finest writers I've ever met. I'm especially taken by their down-to-earth approach, dry senses of humor, and intellects that challenged me with all my marketing assumptions."
Arun Sinha, chief marketing officer, Pitney Bowes
"Des and Stuart have provided us with first-class editorial support and insightful advice on media relations. They are a constant source of searching questions and have access to a wide range of information. Consummate professionals in all they do, and above all, great fun to work with."
Gareth Jones, former HR director of the BBC, co-author, Why Should Anyone Be Led By You
"Stuart and Des have worked with our editors and authors many times to help turn good management thinking into readable and relevant management writing. They succeed because they have the experience and subject knowledge to improve business content without changing its meaning or losing its distinctive voice."
Richard Stagg, editorial director, Pearson Education
"Stuart Crainer and Des Dearlove are market makers par excellence."
"Stuart and Des did a marvelous job that will have a sustainable value and knowledge impact in the future. I am very happy to have collaborated with them and would like to do more."
Leif Edvinsson, intellectual capitalist
"Des and Stuart succeeded in bridging the common gap in understanding between the language of academia and the language of the media. This was done in a style that was interactive and fun. The reputation and track-record of Des and Stuart as leading business journalists added to their credibility and ability to engage with academics."
Nicola Hunt, director NHPR
"I just wanted to thank you again for your excellent session on media training at Dartmouth. Many thanks from all of us dusty academics who are seeking to make our work readable!"
Jennifer M. Lind, Assistant Professor of Government Dartmouth College
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