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corporate communications
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corporate communications

In an increasingly communicative world, the relentless flow of information can present unprecedented demands and challenges at a corporate level.

With any form of communication, achieving the right tone and message and using the right vehicle to reach your audience is vital. Of overriding importance, the written word needs to be spot on – whether for use online, or in print for external or internal consumption.

Effective corporate communications aren’t simply about what you are communicating, but how and where you are directing your announcements.

At Maxim, our expertise covers the full suite of integrated PR, marketing and communications services. We create professional and effective corporate communications strategies for businesses and organisations throughout Kent, the south east of England and further afield. In addition, we can help you devise, write and broadcast your message – ensuring a professional and objective voice prevails throughout.

 

 

Our services include:

  • website content
  • design and print management
  • media training
  • online advertising design
  • video – scripting and production
  • corporate literature such as annual reports
  • copywriting
  • speech writing
  • exhibition design and content
  • promotional items

Maxim will work closely with you to make the most effective use of all the relevant communication channels, ensuring a consistent message is being delivered throughout.

Visit our portfolio for examples of our corporate communications work.

social media

Communicating core messages

Social media can be used for a variety of reasons, especially as an effective vehicle to communicate a corporate message. This might be to an internal or external audience. There is an important distinction here and it is quite possible to separate the two.

Social media doesn’t have to mean exposure to the public at large, although this may be relevant in certain situations. If, however, you are seeking a degree of exclusivity in terms of where your social media content is directed, by setting up a membership area, you get to decide who should be approved and who shouldn’t. In this way, private groups or discussion forums can be constructively created across a variety of platforms.

For advice on how to effectively utilise social media in a corporate communications environment, call us today. 

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