Conveying a message requires definition. Whether responding to an RFP, preparing for an interview, planning a corporate event or educating your employees, you must first define and commit to the message you want to send.
It may sound simple, but it is a common mistake. In addition to the definition of the message, the delivery must be tailored to your audience. Potential clients, current clients, influencers, the public and employees need to hear your message in a different way. Some may be very familiar with who you are and what your company represents. Others may be completely unfamiliar with you and with the product or service that you provide. Every opportunity to communicate with an audience must first and foremost be defined.
Defining the message and the audience can be a daunting task, especially for a small businesss that does not have a marketing or business development professional on staff.
We can provide the guidance to define the message and the audience. We can assist with identifying key potential clients and collecting vital information to best deliver your message to them. We can then implement a client relationship management system that can be easily maintained - or we can maintain it for you.