Nothing influences policy debates quite like a strongly written, well-placed opinion piece. Op-eds must speak to a current issue or debate with counter-intuitive or unique viewpoints and, if appropriate, stories to position the author as a thought leader in the most influential media outlets including the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Financial Times, USA Today, The Hill, Guardian, Le Monde and Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
Blogs, Fact Sheets, Reports, Brochures and Other Content
We can turn a dull piece of writing into a captivating blog and edit fact sheets to center on crucial information. Our team of experienced writers transforms technical reports and strategic documents into digestible language and formats that will appeal to your target audiences—from PowerPoint decks and talking points to blog posts and policy briefs. We also have the technical health and social policy and science expertise to edit or draft longer documents intended for more knowledgeable audiences where a more nuanced or technical analysis is required.
Talking Points and Speeches
How presentations work can depend on whether the speaker is giving a TED-style talk, a more formal presentation behind a lectern, or something in between. No matter the format, you want to be memorable and authentic—and you want to deliver your message in a way that your audience will receive. Our communications experts can work with your spokespeople to create a speech that matches the venue and medium available. We will make sure that your message is heard—and absorbed through individual coaching on delivery and speech preparation.
We write news releases that take your content and turn it into news, moving complicated data and unconventional stories into media coverage that reaches the intended audiences. Our writers will hold initial background conversations with you and your partners, find the content that appeals to journalists and put it through our internal news review process. The releases we generate provide the context that journalists need to both sell stories to their editors and then produce the stories that their audiences will consume.