Why does your completely logical fact-based argument fail to persuade the prospect? Because we’re selling to humans.
Sometimes small start-ups in a large sector need a big Winning Story to get the attention of the right investors.
For BrookGlobal, their Winning Story deck morphed into a full suite of branding and ancillary collateral, positioning them as innovative thought leaders.
The Visual helped the executives of a NASDAQ-traded company effectively communicate through organized slide structure to their board and management teams.
The investment bankers at The DAK group needed The Rescue to help simplify in-depth material midway through their sales cycle.
The value of a well-told investor relations deck speaks clearly to analysts and shareholders. For Wright Medical, The Rescue was an annual solution.
The InContext leadership needed a story built around a fundamental business pivot focusing on enterprise value and new technology strategic partnerships.
The shorter the story the heftier the challenge, compounded by a five-day delivery. A Winning Story victory for a repeat client.
The Visual project for Teen Mental Health was a 112-slide transformation of a plain vanilla PowerPoint presentation deck to a visually enticing engagement.
Our work has helped executives leaders on six of the seven continents. (We’re still holding out for Antartica.)