Business Communications

You may be interested in Business Communications if:

  • You need a professional writer who understands sensitive data and confidentiality.
  • You need someone who can mold to your office culture and adopt your company tone.
  • You need someone who can listen to your vision and put it into words others can understand.
  • You need a fresh perspective to reinvigorate your material.

Annual Reports

Annual reports are used to summarize key highlights of the preceding year and make forecasts for the year ahead. Publicly owned companies are required to produce annual reports per SEC guidelines. Nonprofit organizations produce annual reports to keep donors and supporters apprised of key milestones.

The annual report is a key indicator of where you are and where you are headed. We will produce a clean narrative that speaks to the heart of your recent successes and the people behind the victories. We will supplement the financial and accounting section to produce a final product you can show off to your board with pride.

Elements of an annual report may include:

  • letter from the executive
  • product and service reviews
  • Financial highlights
  • company history
  • Employee spotlights
  • corporate initiatives
  • philanthropic commitments

Business Plans

Business plans are living documents that make future projections. Though they are primarily used to earn an investor's trust, they can also be excellent blueprints to guide the business from one growth phase to the next. The structure of the document will depend on the nature of your company and how much detail you want to commit to the product.

Our standard business plan template includes these elements:

  • Executive summary
  • Values statement
  • Vision statement
  • Mission statement
  • Goals
  • Description of services
  • Market research
  • Marketing plan
  • Operations plan

Note: We do not write the financial section. Please seek the assistance of an accountant to make sure your financial projections are fitting for your line of business. Between their numerical prowess and our literary genius, we think your business plan will be head and shoulders above the competition.

Marketing Plans

Who is your target audience? How will you reach that audience, and what will distinguish you from your competitors? These are just a few questions the market plan tackles. A marketing plan can be part of your business plan or can exist as an independent planning tool.

Our standard marketing plan template includes these elements:

  • Target market
  • Industry trends
  • Goals
  • Marketing strategies
  • Yearly marketing budget
  • Marketing mix: product, price, placement, and promotion
  • Competitive analysis
  • SWOT analysis
  • Monthly tactics
  • Results monitoring