Client sectors

We believe business should be a force for positive change. We partner with multinational organisations that have the scale and reach to make a difference to the world’s biggest challenges.

What our clients have in common is that they are knowledge-rich businesses playing a key role in shaping the next economy – from the energy and infrastructure companies at the leading-edge of the transition to net zero, to technology companies shaping our digital future, to the financial and professional services firms helping to fund and drive transformation. 

We develop long-term partnerships with our clients to co-create and sustain agendas that drive reputation, demand generation and support change. 

Financial services and fintech

We work with the companies that are financing change, including the world’s leading banks and investment management firms. The financial services sector has the power to fund the evolution of business and society, and we develop thought leadership platforms for global financial services and fintech firms on themes from accelerating net zero and just transition to responsible investment and financial inclusion. 


Technology companies are powering today's connected world. Digital infrastructure is at the heart of business transformation and resilience, supercharging security, sustainability and new ways of working. We work with tech firms and IT advisory consultancies to promote their role in digital transformation and delivering impact from new technologies. Our award-winning campaigns cover themes from smart cities and sustainable computing to the future of work. 

Built environment, infrastructure and engineering

Infrastructure and engineering firms are responsible for building a more equitable, sustainable world. We work with some of the world’s largest built-environment companies to create pioneering content that explores the potential for new, greener urban realities, from sustainable cities to the future of energy and water. 

Trade and logistics

Trade and logistics firms play a crucial role in decarbonising supply chains and pioneering sustainable, equitable global trade. We work with market leading firms as they help to open up and democratise global trade lanes, developing thought leadership platforms on themes from growing prosperity in emerging markets to strengthening supply chain resilience.

Professional services

We co-create thought leadership and strategic marketing campaigns for some of the world’s smartest professional services organisations, including law firms, management consultancies, accountancy firms, and executive search firms. These companies are playing a central role in helping clients navigate the next economy, and we help position them as leaders in their field on issues from M&A and the war for talent to sustainability and regulatory change.

Energy and resources

We help energy and resources companies at the leading edge of carbon transition to reshape their operations and business models. With the sector facing monumental change, we work with organisations to get ahead, by growing their next-economy services (like hydrogen production and electric vehicle manufacture), and increasing their positive impact by helping their clients to transition.

Advanced manufacturing and mobility

Advanced manufacturing and mobility companies are providing solutions to enable the transition to net zero. We work with these organisations to develop campaigns on issues from smart robotics and EV development to decarbonising steel production. 

How we make a difference to industries

"Man Bites Dog has helped us move from wanting to make a difference to being able to quantify the global scale of the difference we and our industry can make, if we make investing inclusive.”

Anne-Marie McConnon, Global Chief Client Experience Officer, BNY Mellon Investment Management

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