Strategic communications & business consulting

Our in-house team of facilitators, researchers and strategists has all the tools to mine your organization’s corporate knowledge in order to develop strategies, plans and solutions that fit your needs and issues. We apply proven research and analysis capabilities to scope out issues, opportunities and risks. We work with you to set goals and measurable outcomes to build targeted, results-driven plans that can be evaluated. We know every organization is different. We’ve worked with health authorities, government, corporations and non-profits to help them chart a course that’s as unique as your own.

What we bring to the table:

  • Strategic planning and advice
  • Group facilitation
  • Stakeholder and public environmental analysis
  • Traditional and social media monitoring and analysis
  • Crisis communications planning
  • Reputation management
  • Evaluation tool and framework creation

Showcase of Strategic communications & business consulting

Our Deline campaign

In November 2013, after more than 16 years of negotiations, the Deline Self-Government team was on the verge of finalizing an agreement with the Government of Canada and the Government of the Northwest Territories on the first community-based self-government agreement in the NWT.

Tait Communications was contracted as the one-stop, full-service communications support team for the Deline Self-Government team, providing a full suite of consulting, content development, design, production, advertising, video, web and social media support.

Top of the World Travel

Top of the World Travel’s services were starting to be seen as obsolete because computer and internet tools allow people to book travel with the click of a button. The public needed to be educated on the advantages to using Top, and the added value of using a capable travel agency.

Det'on Cho Corporation branding

Det’on Cho Corporation is the economic development arm of the Yellowknives Dene First Nation and has a vision of creating prosperity for the Yellowknives Dene. Det’on Cho began in 1988 with a $15,000 grant and has since grown into a “family” of 16 companies—much of that growth happening in the past five years. When you’re growing and changing as fast as Det’on Cho, it can be hard for potential clients, the business community, the government, and even employees and members of the Yellowknives Dene First Nation to keep up with the company’s growth and achievements.

My Voice/My Choice

Tait co-ordinated and conducted video workshops, with the assistance of Reel Youth (www.reelyouth.ca) and Aaron ‘Godson’ Hernandez, to help explore their ideas, and express themselves about addictions. Videos ranged from dramatic to comical to musical, but all provided a poignant look at the issue of addictions through the eyes of youth.

De Beers

As a part of meeting its commitments, De Beers has a regular need to produce materials to sponsor and advertise social and cultural events, advertise career opportunities, and to inform stakeholders and the public about its activities.

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