“The biggest communications challenge is in getting our work seen.” This wasn’t said to me by the founder of a fledgling business but one of the leaders of a successful international group. “If people see the strength and depth of our work then they will understand,” he said.
But how do we communicate the strength, depth and relevance of our work? This is the challenge for everyone, educators, writers, scientists, and even for highly successful individuals and entities that you would expect to be visual and visible.
What do your clients need to know? That you were formed in 1997? No, Not really.That you can help them? Yes. How you can help them? Yes. That you will deliver value? Yes.
Most of all, your clients need to feel a connection. That there is a sharing of values, that your needs will be understood. Synchronicity and serendipity? Sometimes it is. But more than that it’s communications without complications
- Copy writing
- Copy editing
- Creative writing
- Fiction and non-fiction manuscript consultation
- Proof reading
- Training and workshops
- Coaching and mentoring.
Everything we do is related to writing and reading.
Our clients are diverse:
- Architects & designers
- Financial services
- Newspaper publishers
- Web publishers
- Travel and lifestyle groups
- Consumer publishers
- Creative agencies
- Other writers (writers need editors and support)
- Individuals who have a great story
Every project is different with unique requirements. That’s what makes it fun.
What do your clients need to know?