You have important data to share and you want to make a point; what’s the best way to approach it? Infographics!
Infographics combine short, snappy text and data in a graphic form. The visual appeal of the infographic attracts the eye. It makes the content easy to digest and more memorable than simply presenting raw facts. In this article, we explore the role of infographics in making external and internal communications impactful.
Customers deserve to feel valued. Every interaction should reinforce the fact that they made the right decision in doing business with you. Let me share how professional, branded documents help to deliver a consistent message that differentiates your brand in a highly competitive market.
Company branding typically focuses on attracting and engaging customers. Businesses want consumers to perceive them in the best light, but what about their staff? Internal branding is often neglected. It is assumed that every member of the team is already convinced; they don’t need persuading about the brand value. Is this a fair assumption?
In these times of flux, it’s more important than ever to make new members of the team feel welcomed. Especially if they will be working remotely or at least not in the usual busy office environment of olden days!
A Staff Handbook can be a great way to make people feel part of the team and to share essential knowledge. Not only the policies but the company vision and spirit.
your brand is your identity. Customers will form an opinion of your brand from your products, your services, your website, your logo, how you dress, how you sound, in fact from everything you say and do.
Your brand is your identity. It lets customers know what you are about and what they can expect from you. A great business name and an eye-catching logo can really make a business stand out from the crowd.
When presenting to an audience, making a good impression is key. Consistency in the way you look and what you say are really important. If you are using slides it’s essential that these back up what you are saying and don’t detract from your message.
281 billion emails are sent and received each day worldwide, according to statistica.com. Think about your own email inbox for a moment. How many do you get a day? But more importantly, how many do you read?