The first and most basic form of institutional communication is the elevator pitch – what do you do, and why should people care? It’s not always so easy to put that in a way that’s succinct and engaging. But we’re here to help! David presented the program “Elevating Your Pitch: Making the Case for your Cause, Quickly” at the Foundation Center, New York.
We’re happy to be sponsoring the New Year’s cocktail reception at the Greater New York Chamber of Commerce. Come raise a glass with us on Thursday!
As 2015 draws to a close, we want to say how lovely it’s been to collaborate with so many of you. Sharing your excellent and important work with the world is our mission and our pleasure, and we can’t wait to do more of the same in 2016.
And so God rest ye, merry clientele, let nothing you dismay; Happy Hannukah (belated), Merry Christmas, blessings abound in your Yuletide revelry, may the first fruits of Kwanzaa be a harvest of prosperity and wisdom, and a very Happy New Year from David and the rest of the team at CitizenRacecar
With so many organizations out there, and so many of them addressing similar problems, how do you make yours stand out? David spoke on the panel “Achieving Brand Differentiation in a Crowded Field” at New York Nonprofit Media’s inaugural MarkCon.
We’re very proud to have played a consulting role in the brand transformation of the Global Alliance for Community Development into Aya Worldwide. It’s a growing organization with a big future!
We were very happy to have played a part in We Are Family Foundation’s 2015 Three Dot Dash Just Peace Summit, providing on-site graphics editing and A/V consultation – a terrific few days with the next generation of global leaders.
We wish you and yours a happy, healthy, and prosperous 2015.
Your Friends at CitizenRacecar