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What is Strategic Communications?
In today’s business world, employees and customers are inundated with information. It comes at them from every direction. To be heard amidst the noise, you must communicate strategically – every message must be crisp, concise, targeted, and delivered via the appropriate channels.
For decades, Worktank has helped senior leaders connect with their teams, and teams connect with their customers and partners. We recognize the critical importance of engagement, and understand that strategic communication is necessary for the success of an organization.
“The Worktank team is prepared, they're on time, reliable and very capable no matter what is thrown at them.”
Business Manager, Microsoft Legal Affairs
Our Strategic Communication Services include:
Our communications services ensure that your organizational goals are achieved across events. This includes timing of communications, duration, content types, demand generation and awareness, accessibility, and other activities integral to allowing each event to be focused and impactful.
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In the face of the Coronavirus global pandemic, most of the nation’s – and the world’s – businesses have closed their offices and transitioned to a complete remote work environment. With little to no time to prepare, businesses are facing unprecedented challenges in how they market, sell, train and stay connected.
For years, Worktank has successfully supported many of our clients’ events using Zoom. The ease of use, integration features, and video-first focus have made it a go-to platform for public-facing “webinar” style events, as well as internal conference calls and team meetings. Its rise in popularity has been impressive, and not unexpected.
Have you been part of any successful business partnerships lately? What does it take to make a really good one?
Shared goals are a good place to start. Add in some complementary service offerings, so you benefit each other, and don’t forget communicating clear expectations. Oh, and it’s a bonus if the company cultures align, too.