Communications Execution

That inspires action

Goal

To follow a marketing and communications execution process that

  • Shares your institution’s brand message—loud and clear—at every touchpoint
  • Strengthens awareness of your school and the effectiveness of all your communications
  • Solidifies the reasons that target students, families, and alumni should inquire, enroll, attend, and give to your school—NOW

Getting the RIGHT MESSAGE to the RIGHT AUDIENCE at the RIGHT TIME inspires engagement, action, loyalty, and love for your school. Of course, with so many different channels and touchpoints to consider, marketing and communications can be a complex process.

Your creative might look gorgeous, but if it’s executed with the wrong message or at the wrong time, its beauty will quickly become irrelevant.

Grounded in insights about when and how to tell your school’s story, our approach to marketing and communications execution helps you set priorities, target your resources, and amplify your message across all of your channels.

The essential elements of our approach include:

ACTION PLAN
You get a 360-degree view of how to integrate your communications to maximize impact within your budget.

MESSAGE TRAINING
Our experienced presentation coach motivates faculty and staff, board members, trustees, and more to consistently deliver your school’s brand messages at critical touchpoints.

DEEP EXPERIENCE IN EDUCATION MARKETING
Our team has 30+ years working across print, digital, video, and social media, as well as across functional areas including leadership, marketing, admissions, and advancement.

Result

EXCEPTIONAL marketing and communications that consistently drive home your school’s message and generate a robust market response.

 

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"The product of your work once again validates the vast knowledge you possess in the education space and how fortunate we are to have you as our partner.”

— Liz Hamilton, Director of Marketing and Communications, St. John’s Episcopal School

 

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