Here’s just a few examples of the way we have worked with clients recently. We haven’t named them for reasons of confidentiality.
Client Y had spent weeks looking at a blank page trying to get her business proposition down. We nailed the story in the first draft.
Client Z now reaches several thousand people each month with a well-designed emailer and always gets feedback from his clients. With a little help from us.
Client X – an Olympic athlete – wanted newer ways to reach fans than his successful website. We used Facebook to keep in regular touch with thousands of followers.
Client Y is planning a major medical reform campaign – we are finding ways to reach the right influencers via Twitter and LinkedIn.
Client X, a logistics manager with a wide-ranging brief worried about having to handle media enquiries. Four hours later she was very much more confident and ready to take charge.
Client Y needed six managers who occasionally had to front press conferences to simulate being asked questions by journalists. A six hour course made them more relaxed about the next press conference.
Client Z, a major multinational company, routinely trains local senior management around the world in crisis procedures. We have developed a number of finely-tuned and relevant scenarios and, working with a blue chip team of crisis trainers, use an innovative crisis training simulator to give them vital insights into how to handle a major reputational problem.