marketing

Communications

Communication is essential to the success of any organization.  Good internal and external communications helps your company convey mission, vision and values in a cohesive manner.  It's all about managing perceptions and ensuring a positive corporate image.  You can rely on Business Response to bring a strategic and tactical approach to the development of your communications framework.

Internal

A formal internal communications effort is key to building a corporate culture of excellence. Your organization’s ability to adapt to external changes relies on efficient communication internally. Invest in this effort and employee engagement and relations will improve - and your external customer will be better served.

Business Response can provide the following support for your internal communications program:

  • Strategic Internal Communications Planning
  • Financial Updates
  • Product Development Updates
  • Personnel Updates
  • Brand Strategies
  • Newsletters
  • E-casts
  • Intranet News
  • Communications Packets
  • Training Material

External

You may know what you need to say, but don't know how to say it.

Good communication requires careful planning and implementation.  To communicate strategically, you need to identify your key audiences, determine the information they need, and craft your message appropriately. Business Response has a proven track record in creating and executing successful communication strategies.

Consistency of message is essential to your marketing efforts and Business Response can provide the expertise needed to manage an external communications plan,

If you need assistance with any of the following communication challenges, give Business Response a call:

  • Strategic External Communications Planning
  • Press Releases
  • News Conferences
  • Public Service Announcements
  • Scripted Communication
  • Talking Points
  • Social Media Management
  • Public Relations
  • Branding
  • Web Content
  • Customer Newsletters
  • Advertisement
  • Investor Relations

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