Welcome to the future of technology communications!
The marketing landscape is a rapidly evolving place. Channels are changing. Conversation is growing. Engagement is the goal. Integrated communication is key to the success of any brand.
A leader in the technology sector, Liberty Communications provides comprehensive and creative PR and marketing expertise to ensure that integrated marketing sits at the heart of your brand's communications strategy to grow business success.
Modelled around four core business divisions; Liberty Corporate, Liberty Business, Liberty Consumer and Liberty Digital, the agency covers all key areas of communications, whilst putting technology at the heart of what drives us forward.
With a passionate, experienced, connected and creative team working with you, Liberty's established, 105 years' experience in the business will bring a rich understanding and experience of the technology sector to support the growth of your brand.
Channels are changing. Conversation is growing. Engagement is the goal.
Author: Jen Hibberd
Communication is an art. Great communicators have the power to really engage with their audience and captivate their attention, encouraging them to buy into both their brand and their message.
On the other hand, it is not an ability that comes naturally to everyone. To those not naturally skilled at communication, it might look like everything good communicators say is improvised and off the cuff, whereas in reality they’ve probably told the same story a thousand times, know exactly how it sounds, what the typical reactions are and how to tweak it for each audience.
Whilst undoubtedly some do have a natural gift, the techniques used by good communicators can be learned. So, whether you’re talking to the press, writing to shareholders, or communicating what your brand’s all about on your website, these ten techniques can help you create your happily ever after business story….
There is no question about it; technology has carried art leaps and bounds over the past 100 years. From the progressive development of photography and film, to technologies used on the stage in theatres, the evolution of art is intrinsically linked to technological advancement. The uncertainty of the future is inevitably going to be regarded as exciting and we will never stop fantasising about what is to come, and what this will mean for the art world. One recent exhibition that opened this summer at the Tate Britain in London seems to have discovered the future of technology by travelling back in time through art.