Sounds Like AshcraftCorporate

Companies have a voice. Heck, to hear the U.S. Supreme Court tell it, corporations are people. And there are quite a lot of things companies and corporations have to say.

They have to tell potential customers what they have to offer. They have to tell their existing customers how good they’ve got it, and how to fix what they’ve got if something goes wrong.

They have to train their employees, show them the ropes, teach them how to do their jobs safely and apprise them of the benefits they will receive when they do their jobs well. As well as what happens when they fail to do so.

I’ve done this via video, both VO and on-camera, for broadcast or web use, whether intranet or internet. I’ve worked live at corporate events and made pronouncements from the rafters at international conferences and conventions as the VOG – the “Voice of god.” It may be the voice of reason you need to hear. It may be some character who drives the point home with a little levity. It may be a movie trailer guy who makes even your employee benefits package sound exciting!

I’m just saying, I can make the point you want to make in the way you want it made.

If you have something to tell your employees, trainees, sales team, clients, colleagues, maintenance crews, people parked “on-hold,” or anyone else inside or outside your organization who really need to hear it, let me be the one to tell them.

Let minding my own business help you mind yours.

Here are some of the “people” I’ve put in a good word for:

  • American Century Investments
  • American Express
  • Bayer
  • BNSF Railroad
  • Boehringer-Ingleheim
  • Bridgestone
  • CenturyLink
  • H&R Block
  • Hallmark
  • Hewlett Packard
  • HNTB
  • International Paper
  • John Deere
  • J.P. Morgan
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Medtronic
  • Pioneer
  • Quick Trip
  • Southwest Airlines
  • Sprint
  • Teva Neuroscience
  • USPS
  • Verizon
  • Wendy’s
  • Wyndham Hotels & Resorts