InChrist Communications understands organizations have lots of options when it comes to choosing a communications firm. Here are some reasons why InChrist Communications is your best choice:
Professional Experience Mix
To excel at faith-based communications, four ingredients are needed: actual news media experience, real-world professional public relations experience, in-depth understanding of the faith-based landscape, experience working with faith-based clients. Among InChrist Communications employees are former working journalists, Fortune 500 corporate public relations, marketing and advertising executives, and in some instances, those with theological training. The company has worked with a wide array of faith-based clients since 2002.
Top Management Involvement
When you hire InChrist Communications, you get the agency’s president, who personally supervises every account, not a junior account team. That kind of experience, wisdom and insight is invaluable.
InChrist Communications understands the value of a dollar and that faith-based nonprofits have limited budgets. As a lean, flat company, it prides itself in stewardship of resources, which puts it in a position to provide great value to its clients.
Philosophy regarding writing: “Vigorous writing is concise. A sentence should contain no unnecessary words, a paragraph no unnecessary sentences, for the same reason that a drawing should have no unnecessary lines and a machine no unnecessary parts. This requires not that the writer make all his sentences short, or that he avoid all detail and treat his subjects only in outline, but that every word tell.” — William Strunk Jr., “Elements of Style”
Because InChrist Communications is smaller than many agencies, it can be very agile and move quickly to meet communications needs. But it can also scale quickly to get any job done.
InChrist Communications employees take their work personally, as if it were their own. As over-achievers, they strive to exceed expectations and delight clients. This translates into top-notch, conscientious service, ongoing communication/feedback and demonstrable results.
Sometimes a key idea or concept can be the difference between success and failure. InChrist Communications employees are not only hard-working, they are also innovative, delivering some of the best thinking in the industry.
A client’s world doesn’t adhere to regular office hours and neither does InChrist Communications’. Its staff is on-call and available every hour of every day, whether meeting a communications need here in the United States or on the other side of the planet.