Making Your Stakeholder Communications Memorable and Compelling
Stakeholder communications require scrupulous review by lawyers and accountants—but they can still be memorable and compelling.
Bring Value to Your Annual Reports
Your annual report letter, quotes in an earnings release, and spoken words on an earnings call should bring to life your commitment to deliver value to investors, create opportunity for employees, and contribute to the greater good of society.
Conceptualizing Your Stakeholder Communications and Annual Reports
Executive Scribe has extensive experience conceptualizing and writing financial and stakeholder communications such as annual reports, ESG/CSR reports, quarterly earnings communications, and the business highlights sections of 10K, S-1, S-3, and proxy filings.
Earnings Press Releases and Scripts
Annual Meeting Scripts
Annual Reports and ESG Reports convey your corporate brand, purpose and mission, notable accomplishments of the past year, and opportunities and challenges ahead. The fact base supporting your story — SEC filings, reporting frameworks such as GRI, SASB, and WEF, awards and other relevant data — must be scrupulously accurate and should be given useful context. Executive Scribe helps you achieve strategic objectives and a positive reception for your report through a distinctive voice and well-crafted words.
Voice is a strategic choice and style-setter that elevates your Annual Report/ESG Report above the facts and figures. For example, an organization that wants to emphasize its human touch should have a CEO letter with personal stories and be illustrated with profiles of employees and customers. A report with an institutional voice focuses on purpose, impact, and the organization’s value proposition. A corporation or nonprofit that wants to convey its position as a global leader will have a CEO letter and report chapters that take positions, describe a mission, and call readers to action.