Jericho works with clients and partners to build a better world out of the aligning interests of business, politics, citizens and society.

We help organisations define their role understanding both common purpose and common good and then create the alliances that make the desirable feasible.

With KPMG, we have developed a programme nationally and now globally on Responsible Tax and with the CIPD on the Future of Work is Human. We are currently working in sectors ranging from travel and the digital economy to ethical banking, urban re-generation and public interest.

Travel the Jericho Road

“Challenging and inspiring”
Jane McCormick
Global Head of Tax, KPMG International

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Individual Expertise

Our areas of experience are as diverse as the problems and challenges we encounter. Many of our partners are published authors and recognised commentators in their specialist fields.


Stakeholder engagement

Organisational change and effectiveness


Sustainable enterprise

Political activism


Insights and opinion research

Branding and design

Writing and content

Digital strategy/ online identity

Collaborative Programmes

Collectively, our work is a radical rejection of traditional, 20th century models of communications, leadership and trust.

Rather than “push” messages, we work to bring together communities of people with diverse views. We create frameworks within which the community can identify the issues which ignite their interest, focus on their priorities and collaboratively develop their own answers.

This work creates very different conversations. Jericho’s Tax and Future of Work programmes both showcase this approach. You can read about it here, or call us to talk it through.

Our core belief is that the answers to the biggest problems lie not in the minds of brilliant external consultants – but with the people closest to the organisations themselves. The answer being “delivered” from the “big reveal” of a Houdini Creative Director is as dated as the fashions on Mad Men.

Both the research and our own experience shows that the best answers come those closest to the issues. Within business, that means the team working on the project. Within wider society, that means trusting the wisdom of the informed crowd.

Our job is to host and curate the community from which the answers will emerge, be challenged and improved. We do this through good questions, hard listening, fierce debate and synthesising what we learn and translating it into practical action. This happens through workshops, co-production, surveys, in-home visits, debates and many other human approaches.

Relevance often demands chutzpah – ditching corporate censorship in favour of imperfection, energy, and empathy.

Inevitably, much of our work happens online.
Being boring online is safe and easy: but never effective.
To avoid the bland, we use a web specific bespoke version of AIDA, the +100-year-old business model that deals with how perception works.

Our unromantic approach to understanding human behaviour and perception on the web brings clarity and the ability to become persuasive.


Clients choose to work with individual or multiple Jericho partners, depending on the nature and scale of the challenges faced. Fees are agreed on either a rate card or whole project basis.

If you hire us, you get us.

If you would like to find out more about our consultancy work and/ or our books on subjects as diverse as political activism, communications, leadership, trust and getting your website noticed, please get in touch.

  1. AkzoNobel
  2. Aviva PLC
  3. Bibby Line Group
  4. Capital & Counties Properties PLC
  5. CIPD
  6. Expedia
  7. KPMG
  8. Nominet
  9. RICS
  10. SAB Miller
  11. Stifel
  12. Triodos

Case studies

Re-thinking purpose and policy on a highly contentious societal issue

Responsible Tax for the Common Good, KPMG and Jericho Chambers

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