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Corporate Comms

Ensure your brand trickles down into everything you do and say – expressing your values across every touchpoint.

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What is corporate communication? If you haven’t come across this much-misunderstood PR and marketing genre, let us simplify it for you.  

Corporate comms encompasses everything you say as a company, every single medium you use to say it, and every single person you say it to – current and potential clients and employees alike. It’s about making sure none of your company communications are misrepresenting you.  

From the memo politely reminding staff to change the toilet roll, to the product brochures your sales team tout, and the financial report you send to C-suite leads, it’s imperative every communication is delivered professionally and on-brand.

It’s noisy out there. Make sure you’re heard.

It can be all too easy for corporate comms to become dull. Dated. Slightly flat. Somewhat two-dimensional.

But they don’t have to be. They can be developed with the aim of doing more than one job, on more than one platform, and adapted for more than one audience.  

In this hybrid world of virtual and reality, no agency worth its salt should offer you a one-size-fits-all piece of work. If they truly respect your business, your audience and your budget, they’ll recommend hard-working, multitasking communications. Campaigns that can be rolled out across different materials, repurposed for numerous channels, or cater for various audiences. 

Corporate comms services:

  • Annual reports
  • Whitepapers
  • Presentations
  • Prospectuses
  • Booklets, brochures and coffee table books
  • Direct marketing
  • Internal communications
  • Blogs, magazines and digital publications
  • Events and exhibitions (including virtual events)
  • Corporate videos
  • Webinars
  • Corporate stationery and signage
  • Workshops
  • Comms strategy
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