Onyx builds and protects the reputation of businesses through effective communications, including PR.
Our team includes journalists, entrepreneurs, international film-makers, best-selling authors and PR professionals. We have consultants based in the UK and overseas. We have decades of experience working with start-ups to corporates, running businesses, advising government and engaging stakeholders across media, industry and the public sector.
Through this experience we’ve created a unique network of like-minded businesses and influencers. We form long-standing relationships with these partners and all our clients have access to, and become part of, the Onyx eco-system.
Onyx has the insider perspective. We’ve faced the challenges you face and have lived in your world. We’re invested in our clients’ businesses. Your success is our success.
We understand that brands today want to work with consultants who are expert, flexible and creative. As an agile business, we attract the very best in the industry.
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Our Charity Work
Onyx is committed to donating time to charitable causes every year. This year we’re focused on mental health, and we’re giving our time (for free or at a fraction of the usual cost) to promote the following:
MyCognition – An NHS-approved app to improve mental health with clinical evidence to prove its success. A recent study from the University of Antwerp, for example, showed the beneficial impact MyCognition can have on women recovering from breast cancer, and what is commonly known as ‘Chemo brain’.
The app improves your cognition – that is, your memory, concentration and focus through daily cognitive training.
My Trauma Therapy – Emma Davey is an accredited trauma counsellor specialising in helping victims of narcissistic abuse, who often have huge challenges leaving the relationship due to trauma bonding. Suicide is not uncommon.
Minds Anonymous – Minds Anonymous aims to end the stigma surrounding mental health by allowing people to anonymously share their stories.
The stories themselves are fascinating and the charities are commenting that in many cases it is the first time that they’ve seen such accurate first hand insights into the impact on the lives of sufferers.
What is it really like to suffer from the different mental health illnesses?