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Connected communications

in a business world that’s overflowing with messages

Are your business
communications a bit broken?

Supplier overload

Brand consultants are working on your messaging strategy. A content house is writing thought leadership for your social media. Your PR advisers are working on various media campaigns. And a production agency is creating video for you.


Disengaged audiences

Who are your internal and external audiences? Does everyone in your organisation know? And what’s the best way to communicate with them in a clear and compelling way?



Are you saying too much but actually, not saying anything at all? Do you confuse, then lose the very prospects and customers you’re trying to attract?


Reactive, not proactive

Have your marketing campaigns become feast or famine? Either it’s all guns blazing or tumbleweed before the next knee-jerk promotion.

THought leadership challenges

Uninspiring thought leadership

Thought leadership is a bit of a buzzword. But are you truly saying anything new, influential or galvanising? Are your campaigns just regurgitating what’s already out there?


Speaking a different language

With so many different comms coming out of your business – from sales to marcomms – does everyone understand what’s going on?


Success hard to measure

You’re spending copious time, money and energy on comms. But has it packed the punch you were hoping for? Which bits have resonated with your customers? And what’s been lacklustre?


With TPW’s connected communications you can combat this conundrum – so your employees are clear about what they’re striving for, and your customers know you’re a brand they can trust.


Why would a customer choose you?


Creative and strategic thinking


Engaging thought leadership

Find out HOW we put this into action…

With TPW’s connected communications your employees
are clear about what they’re striving for, and your customers
know you’re a brand they can trust.

Joined up strategic thinking that saves
your reputation, time, energy and money.

The Why


the problem you solve; your vision…

Why you do what you do? Your company’s whole raison d’etre…

The audience


who is listening – internally and externally…

Who are you talking to? Your customers, your employees, the Board, investors?



your products & services

What your solution does to make life better for your clients or customers. Leaving your competition in the dust…