This week I got back to basics and wrote an article for a business magazine in the UK/CI about the affect of coffee in the workplace. The article called for research, interviews and - well, of course - a few cups of coffee.
I also wrote an article for a European inflight magazine about a family holiday at Christmas in Disneyland Paris. This one was fun to research, not too much coffee, but a few YouTube videos of previous Christmas parades - and lots of magic.
Last week I wrote an article for a bank in the Channel Islands, which wanted to get across the expansion of its business and private client offering through dedicated customer service. It was great to have the opportunity to write a piece for the corporate world having spent time as a journalist and public relations consultant in the offshore finance centers of Guernsey and Jersey, Channel Islands.
Finally, at the weekend I drafted a column for a client about corporate hospitality. He is actually the owner of a luxury mobile cocktail bar and drinks service, but we wanted to provide readers with an overview of his experience, knowledge and professionalism. We want his business to be the go-to for corporates entertaining staff, suppliers or clients this Christmas and beyond.
So, in the heat of the Midwest sun, in the past several days I’ve written two articles about Christmas, one about coffee and a feature about the finance industry. What this demonstrates is Gem PR & Media’s ability to be flexible, innovative and most importantly, when it comes to deadlines, timely.
We plan articles, commentary and column contributions for our clients months in advance. At the same time, we speak to current trends and global activity to provide relevance.
We are able to provide content for ad-hoc clients and editors within 24-hours. Our proofreading service can turn around copy in minutes. It’s great to be at the heart of a fast-paced consultancy offering good quality, current and creative copy around the world.