Crafting stories that profile leaders, key employees, important processes and volunteer efforts can motivate and attract the right team
Six-panel brochures highlight leadership stories, mission, solutions, challenges, results and contact information in a tidy package
Every page, from the about page to the order page, features clear stories about how you solve the problems your clients face
Tracey Arial, author of this site
Have you ever tried to write a business description for your annual report and then noticed that it didn't work as well on your website?
How about cutting a three-page 1,500-word story about an amazing solution to a business struggle so that it fits into a box on a funding proposal?
Writing can be tough, especially when you really care.
That's why I've created a four-step process to profiling your business that allows you to describe your story in as little as time as possible. The steps are all outlined in Profile Your Business: The Ultimate Guide.
Or you can hire me to do it all for you, including the interviews with leaders, employees and clients. Check out Profile Your Business, for more information.
If you prefer, you can follow my Write2Grow course and I'll guide you through the steps you need to create your profile.
And that's just the beginning.
My mission is to help Canadian business owners grow with Notable Nonfiction. To make that happen, I publish a blog, the Unapologetically Canadian podcast, ultimate guides and a monthly newsletter for free. Check them out.