For the people directly involved, they may not share the same level of intrigue as someone looking in from the outside.
Martin Charlton Communications has an interesting story of how it got its start. Your company does too.
Who are your employees and what are their areas of expertise? What makes your business model unique? Success stories? There has to be a few.
A company becomes more personable and approachable when it shares with the public chronicles about who they are and their team that makes it all happen.
But how do you learn more about a business and its people? That’s simple: You ask.
A journalist, for example, would need to satisfy his or her curiosity in the story by asking several questions. After all, asking questions is most efficient way to get to the heart of the matter.
Martin Charlton Communications has journalists creating its content. Whether it be for a newsletter, magazine or website, Martin Charlton Communications will interview your staff and uncover the facts and building blocks needed to create a compelling story.
Whatever story you’d like to share, we’ll tailor our questions so they align with the theme. Every good story has an angle. Journalists have the skills to ask the right questions and they have an ear for a good story when they hear one.
Responsible journalists also understand the importance of developing and maintaining relationships with the people they interview. We take the time to get to know our clients and how they operate their business.
Everyone has a story to tell. But not everyone has the time or the resources to share that story. That’s where we come in. Let us tell your story.