Make real connections, not just noise.
Would you like your marketing messages to be heard above the crowd? Do you want your customers to connect with you rather than merely transact?
What does ‘crescendo’ mean? In musical terms, it mean to ‘gradually get louder’. When it comes to communicating with your audience, we believe a crescendo should be more than turning up the volume. It is about becoming more relevant and meaningful. It's not a cacophony, but a memorable story and engaging conversation with the right people for your brand.
Are you making an impact?
Words are very powerful. They can express every emotion, describe every new phenomenon, explain new ideas and overcome ignorance.
Every day something new is created, spoken, recorded, uploaded and shared in the world of content.
Organisations need to ensure they are not creating more meaningless noise.
To succeed today you must be relevant and fulfill the needs of your customers. Creating relevant content and social proof will help grow interest in your business and achieve your goals.
Thank you, Roslyn Richardson, for being my editor. Your wisdom and support are beyond what I ever could have hoped for. Words cannot express how thankful I am. I know I have grown leaps and bounds during the process with your guidance.
- Yu Dan Shi, Executive Coach, Speaker, and Author of Come Alive, an Amazon Best Seller
A passion for communication
Communication. It is one of the first skills we learn as small children and yet, even with a lifetime of practice, it is a skill we rarely perfect.
Businesses are no different. Communicating the right message in the right way to the right audience is not easy.
What is the best way to express exactly what you do? What sets you apart? Are you speaking your customer's language? What is the best way to reach them?
We can help answer these questions and shape your communication strategy.
Plus, we love writing the things that many people don't:
Blogs and guest articles
Social media posts and profiles
PR and media articles
Newsletters and direct communication
Reports and research
Event content and materials
Internal communications, letters and documents