The COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent mandatory lockdown have changed consumer behavior significantly. The remote-working culture has shifted its focus entirely to digital connections over physical ones to stop the spread of coronavirus. Social distancing has had effects on all industries alike, and creative agencies are not alone in this situation. The importance of proximity has been replaced by capabilities. However, creative agencies are resilient, as they have experienced tragic

Robert McKee, a world-renowned screenwriting lecturer and project consultant for major firms, believes that executives can engage listeners on a whole new level if they toss their PowerPoint slides and learn to tell good stories instead, because people are not inspired to act by reason alone. Stories engage their emotions, talk to them, and energize them. Corporate communication, both internal and external, has a primary

Have you ever discovered an intriguing product but then found out you could only get it in one location? Did you feel a little paranoid about using your credit card information on a small and unknown website or did the idea of signing up for yet another service eventually discourage you from purchasing? This is how many readers feel when corporate publishing decisions neglect to

We can all agree that the breakneck speed of technology innovation has led to a slew of new trends within the corporate publishing space. And marketers are continually trying to adapt and flush out varied new strategies based on their business needs and context. However, it is interesting to see how some of the trends have completely disrupted this space and will continue to do