Keith Griggs on Sky News talking about about the reputation of Mike Ashley and Sports Direct on the day before their AGM.
Keith Griggs on Sky News talking about Starbucks and Amazon He discussed the fallout from alleged tax avoidance. There was a lot of publicity about how these companies have arranged their international structure so as to avoid paying hardly any UK tax.
Appearance on Sky News discussing untrusted professions. Discussion with Jeff Randall on the recent report by Which on untrusted professions. Bankers, politicians and journalists (much to Jeff’s dismay) were some of the least trusted ones. Keith explained how they could improve their image.
Appearance on Sky News discussing Britvic’s reputation. A discussion regarding Britvic’s reputation following the story alleging that some of their bottle tops were unsafe for infants
Keith gave an analysis on Sky News about the reputation of Nat West and Royal Bank of Scotland’s in view of the massive computer problems that were preventing people from getting cash out
Keith Griggs on Sky News talking about Fifa’s reputation after the emerging publicity about the selection of Qatar
Discussion on the BBC political “Record Review” programme with Lord Hunt and Sir Roger Gale MP about the reputation of the Conservative government and Andrew Lansley
Appeared in The Business Times, Singapore
“It has now been disclosed by The Times newspaper that a few weeks later the park hired the services of online reputation manager Keith Griggs, who runs www.ReputationManagement.me.His firm uses a variety of techniques to push negative stories about his clients lower down search engine results, while boosting positive stories….”
“A few weeks after the stories were published, the park hired the services of Keith Griggs, who runs ReputationManagement.me, The Times can disclose…
“A few weeks after the stories were published, the park hired Keith Griggs, who runs ReputationManagement.me. …….Mr Griggs, 52, said he offered a service to concerned companies and individuals. ‘It takes many good deeds to build a reputation, and only one bad one to lose it.’”
This willingness to trawl the net for background details means that organisations and individuals need to be more proactive in managing their online reputations.‘People are only just starting to realise how important it is to check what’s out there and take control of it,’ says Keith Griggs, an ex-accountant who specialises in the growing field of online reputation management. This can involve removing errors or negative comments. ‘It has to be managed very carefully,’ says Griggs, who has ‘various techniques’ at his disposal.