Yes, there have been questions. Why don’t we have a “community manager”, a “director of communications” or even a “senior planner” sitting at meetings? The fact is, we don’t hide behind titles. We leave them behind and put communications up front. And not just any old communications.
We break the boundaries of communications, barge into the C-suite and give a mouthful to marketing. We get our hands dirty with content, challenge our brains to shake up strategy and go where communications isn’t expected to go.
The world of communicative arrhythmia needs strategic thinkers, skillful tacticians and experts in marketing, communications and business, not pretentious bullshitters. From us, you don’t get fancy titles. You get professionals.Read More