In March 2009, Robert Zarywacz will be participating in Bideford College’s Enterprise Day, assisting Year 7 pupils with a business challenge and helping to judge the winning team.
“It’s good to be able to support such initiatives,” said Robert Zarywacz, partner in Zarywacz. “As well as offering my experience in marketing and business, I am wondering what I will learn from the day.
“Especially in these challenging times, it’s essential to be open to learning and to continue developing skills and expertise at school, at work and in business.”
What is the point of communicating?
It’s all right, we’re not in a huff, but are asking a serious question: why communicate?
Just like any other business activity, the purpose is to achieve an objective.
At the moment, we’re considering the business objectives of a number of clients. How does a new travel company reach a mass audience in its area on a regular basis without bankrupting itself on adverts? How does an established manufacturer strengthen its position when newcomers claim to offer a fresher, more innovative and responsive service? How does an IT company market a product that is so easy-to-use and effective that many target users just can’t believe how it answers all their dreams?
It’s not just a case of writing down what each business does, how committed their people are and what great service they give, but about trying to think like each of their target audiences, what they need and what will make them respond.
Sometimes the act of writing is quick and easy, because all the necessary preparation – the thinking and planning – has been done before. Whether we’re copywriting for a brochure or web site or putting together a public relations programme with press releases and case studies, the business objective has to remain the focus at all times.
And doing it thoroughly takes time: thinking through the issues; considering readers’ potential objections; identifying what will attract their interest; developing the drivers that will lead them to take the desired action.
The result we aim for is interesting, lively copy that grabs readers’ attention and steers them towards actions that will achieve each client’s specific business objectives.
As well as aiming to write well, we work to understand our clients as businesses and what they aim to achieve.
And that is why and how we know the point of any communication we produce for our clients.
Come and meet Zarywacz at The Business Show, a business exhibition being hosted by The Business League at Sandy Park Conference Centre, Exeter, Devon on Friday, 7th September 2007.
The Business League is a networking organisation with 18 local clubs stretching from Penzance to Bristol and it will be attracting visitors from across the whole of the South West to The Business Show where there will be some 70+ exhibitors, a programme of keynote speakers plus all-day networking opportunities.
As a member of The Business League, Zarywacz will be hosting an exhibition stand and we look forward to meeting you at Sandy Park. We are also producing the show magazine and exhibitor guide for The Business League, which promises to be a dynamic business event for the region.
With offices in Devon and Berkshire, Zarywacz is well placed to serve clients across the whole of the South of England – from Penzance to Kent.
If you would like further details, please call us on 0845 200 7830.
Zarywacz will be exhibiting at The Business Show, organised by The Business League, at Treganna Castle Estate, St Ives on Friday, 30th March 2007.
Taking this opportunity to exhibit as far West as possible, Robert Zarywacz will be delighted to meet you on Stand 3.
Zarywacz – the PR consultancy and written communication experts – have broadened their business horizons with the opening of their North Devon office.
Managing partner Robert Zarywacz’s recent move to Ilfracombe now enables Zarywacz to offer their PR and copywriting expertise to businesses in the North Devon and the South West region of the UK.
“Ilfracombe is a lovely part of the country,” comments Robert, “For creative activities such as writing, it helps to work in a pleasant environment. And in the modern world of telephone, internet and email the geographical location of your business is becoming less important.”
Wokingham-based partner Simon Zarywacz will continue to service new and existing clients in the Thames Valley.
“Everybody needs to market and promote their products and services – no matter where they are based. So now we’re looking forward to developing new business relationships in the South West,” adds Simon.
Now enjoying their tenth year of trading Zarywacz’s other business activities will continue as normal.