Meyland helps leaders to measure and improve the reputation of their organisation.


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About Meyland

About Daisy Powell-Chandler 

Meyland Strategy was founded in 2019 to provide gold-standard research and campaign support to leaders responsible for the reputation of their organisation or sector. We use tools from politics, market research and consulting to measure and understand reputation, create clarity about what will drive improvement, and build strategies for a more positive future.

Before starting Meyland, Daisy was Director at the research company Populus where she ran strategy projects for clients such as RBS, the Charity Commission, the National Gallery and No. 10 Downing Street.


She joined Populus from the Conservative Policy Forum, where she set up and led grassroots consultation and policy research and before that she worked as a researcher in a number of high-profile think-tanks including Policy Exchange and the Centre for Social Justice, rising to the position of Research Director at the influential Centre for Policy Studies.


Daisy has also worked on multiple general election campaigns, Welsh Assembly and Scottish Parliamentary elections, the No to AV campaign, Remain and the campaign to keep Scotland in the UK. She was briefing officer to David Cameron during the 2010 General Election.

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Nick Park

Group Head of Corporate Communications


Meyland have been invaluable. They helped us to streamline our reputation research and understand what it was telling us. Thanks to Meyland we have a more detailed picture and a more targeted approach despite a significantly reduced budget.

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Ghislaine Halpenny

Director of Strategy & External Affairs

British Property Federation

Daisy was the person we wanted in the room to explain this to our members: she distilled a year of research into a no-nonsense presentation and made it clear what action we needed to take to improve the reputation of our industry

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