Put your Image where your Mouth is.


Times and media come and go, but talk is still cheap.  You have to show what you mean,

 and walk the talk if you want to be believed.  Half the battle is perfecting your offering

and the other half is getting the
right message in the right forms to the right people.

For any
values-driven enterprise,  great or small, Business Images Commercial

 Communication will improve your performance with richly-rewarding work

Because while endless commercial messages are sent, very few

 are actually  received.  And of those, even fewer sink in.  

Chances are that Business Images will

 improve your product, brand or service

 messages and
resultant business image.

What's the Difference, Brand or Image?


A true business image is not only what you send out, but what an existing or potential

customer thinks of you.  Goodwill, if you like, which has a cash value on the balance sheet.  

 People ramble on about branding even though branding's only one player in the business-image

 universe.  For example, Nike is a tremendous brand but the company's business image sucks because

 of entrenched labor-exploitation practices. No business can create or maintain a 
genuine relationship

 with existing or new customers merely by imposing its logo on to things and pronouncing its own

 greatness, fun though that may be.  There's an ethical component in play.

Since most people tend to prefer authenticity over fakery, your very best

business image will be the one that most closely represents your true colors.

 They're not entirely easy to morph into actions and products, but that would be

where we come in. If we take you on, 
we'll plan and deploy what will work best

 for your particular situation. We aren't obliged  to use any particular

 method unless it does the best job.

Nothing works better than a fine business image,

so if the luster's faded on yours,
let us help.

Business Images Commercial Communication

KEYWORDS/VALUES: communications, advertising, marketing, public relations,

authenticity, pragmatism, integrity, motivation, durability, spirit, ethics, creativity,

beauty, social responsibility, design, continuous learning, continuous

 improvement, crisis prevention, executive input, judgment,
inspiration, artwork,  results, satisfaction.

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