Public relations and communicating with numbers
Whether it is the annual report, recruitment brochure, strategic plan, campaign appeal, magazine article or conference speech, your numbers, words and pictures must work together. Evidence and analysis are of little use if the non-expert can’t get their head right them; or if they’re buried in reams of text.
Public affairs and having an influence
Robust evidence, sound analysis and a strong argument are rarely enough. You need to know how to pitch all this briefly, coherently and persuasively. If you’re focusing on a Bill, knowing what the Bill says is just part of the whole. Real advantage can be got from also understanding parliamentary process and timetables.
Whatever stage you are in your communications – from blank sheet of paper right through to final sense-check – get in touch with me for a chat about your needs.
Services I provide include:
● ad hoc advice – charged at an hourly rate
● advice and consultancy on retainer – fee based on service level agreed
● short, medium and longer term consultancy and research projects – fee as agreed