- Business type
- UK business registered in Companies House
- Number of employees
- 51-200 employees
- Core industry
THE FIFTH BUSINESS
UK registered company – number SC147414
Registered office address:
9 Queens Road, Aberdeen, AB15 4YL
THE FIFTH BUSINESS
The Fifth Business is a full-service international engagement agency offering change management, internal communications, learning and design solutions. The Fifth Business has developed solutions for global clients across the public and private sectors.
With offices in London, Scotland, The Netherlands and America, our core offering is as follows:
Communications and change strategy and implementation – Our consultants understand our customers’ objectives and how to utilise new and existing channels to create effective and engaging communications. We are also skilled in:
• Stakeholder and audience analysis
• Leadership communications coaching • Change and transformation management
• Measurement and ROI evaluation
SharePoint Development – We support the full SharePoint lifecycle from business analysis, stakeholder engagement and training, to data structure, metadata taxonomy development, content migration and customised design, in order to improve information management and collaboration.
Productivity Coaching and Training Delivery – Through focused, personal meetings with individuals or teams we help develop IT competence allowing them to focus on productive, value adding activities.
Bespoke E-learning – We develop multimedia ranging from small-scale presentations to multinational bespoke e-learning courses. Our specialists and designers work to create exciting designs, simulations and games to engage learners.
Web Development and Video Production – Using a variety of techniques we deliver technically sound, stable and engaging websites, databases and collaborative tools. We also have a successful track record of producing corporate video, using the latest video production technology.
Design – The Fifth Business’ in-house design team can develop solutions using graphic design, motion design, animation, interactive publications, infographics, 3D compositing, user experience and SharePoint design, learning solutions and campaign collateral.
Products and services
- Translation services
- Business support
- Business relocation
- Management consulting
- Workforce development
- Aerospace, Automotive, Communications, Creative and media, Financial and professional services, Food and drink, Healthcare and medical, Leisure and tourism, Marine, Oil and gas, Retail and luxury
- London, South East, Scotland
- Australia, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Sweden, Trinidad and Tobago, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Venezuela, Vietnam
- Dutch; Flemish, English
THE FIFTH BUSINESS case studies
Award-winning E-Learning for Rolls Royce
When Rolls-Royce re-launched GHOST, the car aimed at the highest end of the luxury market, The Fifth Business developed an e-learning tool so the sales team to see and drive the car before it was made
Shell World UK
The Fifth Business supported Shell to amalgamate a large number of internal publications into one, more focused publication, aimed at all staff.
Award-winning Intelligent Safety Change Management
The Fifth Business produced an award-winning communications strategy to drive behavioural and cultural change in a large-scale employee safety initiative for TAQA after it acquired an UK company.
#Countmein Animation for Charity
The Fifth Business produced an animation for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation to create an understanding of the ‘numbers’ involved in a typical diagnosis and type 1 diabetes management plan
Technical Solution - Risk Management System
Our client required a critical business tool, communicating all potential risks faced by the organisation to senior leadership, providing an electronic upgrade from its system of multiple spreadsheets
Harmonisation HR Communications
The Fifth Business supported the merger of two global companies to deliver a harmonised benefits, pay and conditions programme for a workplace of approximately 12,000 people.