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corporate communications

We can help you to reach your customers, stakeholders or employees in a variety of ways. The key is ensuring you are using the right communications channels, at the right time.

With many of us drowning under the weight of email from colleagues, customers and suppliers, it’s not surprising that some are returning to print to deliver targeted mailings.

A company’s website gives it a permanent ‘open for business’ sign, but there’s often a need to drive traffic to the site and this can be done via print or through e-marketing, as well as ensuring your web address is an integral part of all your communications.

Understanding how your customers want to be communicated with is fundamental, and needs careful consideration to ensure consistency and accuracy.

Visit our portfolio for examples of our corporate communications work.

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Communicating core messages

Social media is not a sales tool but it can still be an effective way to communicate a corporate message to a select audience both internally and externally.

Social doesn’t have to mean public. Private groups or discussions can be created on various platforms with members being invited and approved.

Get in touch for advice on your social media strategy.

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The Kent Press & Broadcast Awards is an annual scheme to recognise the achievements of the county's media.

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Kentcentric

Kentcentric is a blog about the county's property industry, sharing relevant news for landowners, developers and the investment community.

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Timing is (almost) everything in media relations

In PR – as in life – timing is not quite everything but it can play an important role in how much coverage a story receives.

May, 2017 more

Ad blocking puts content in the spotlight

With nearly one in seven British adults using ad blocking software, marketers are turning back to content to help them connect their brands with consumers, writes Andrew Metcalf, director of Kent PR and marketing agency Maxim.

April, 2017 more

President Trump’s PR spokesperson - the toughest PR job just got tougher

Press secretary to President Trump, Sean Spicer has just made his life so much harder by not following the fundamental rules of PR. Andrew Metcalf, director of Kent PR and marketing agency Maxim, examines what’s behind the epic media fail and how things might be turned around.

January, 2017 more

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