• Companies are becoming increasingly global.
  • There are more and more opportunities to spread one’s message (products, financial community, sustainable development).
  • Thanks to the internet, it is possible to disseminate information instantly and to ensure that it is received instantly and ubiquitously. Daily multi-channel programming is essential, even for run-of-the-mill internal and institutional communications.

Case study: a leading European energy specialist

  • Production of a weekly calendar of communications activities
  • Distribution of this calendar to various contributors: multi-channel communications, campaign communications, internal communications and to external service providers
  • Adaptation of this calendar to various channels: determining appropriate places and forms for spreading the message Programming of this type makes it possible to generate communications opportunities and to spread one’s message in a timely and consolidated manner (intranet and internet, for example).

Your contact : Amandine Lalizou