It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation, and only one bad one to lose it.
– Benjamin Franklin
Corporate Strategies

We’re reputation builders

A great corporate story breeds legends. It provides provenance and pedigree. It tells the world where the company wants to go and how it plans to get there. Like a good film or novel, a well-told corporate story grips its audience by vividly depicting theme, setting, characters and plot. Maybe your company is the perennial champion battling for your industry’s number one spot. Or perhaps it’s a David-versus-Goliath start-up, or possibly making a comeback after years of slow or no growth.

Your story, well-told, can be the difference between success and obscurity. Getting an interesting corporate story out into the world can be a devastating device in molding public opinion and enticing customers and investors. After all, people don’t like to be marketed to. They like to be engaged and intrigued by great stories. And they form a natural affinity for companies that tell the best tales.

We are prepared to craft powerful corporate stories and to implement campaigns and programs for companies of any size. Our Corporate Strategies business provides a la carte services or 360-degree solutions by harnessing our key reputation, credibility and trust-building practices of Public Relations & Social Media, Corporate Communications and Investor Relations.

"We consider Rose a trusted source for direction in this unique market and have come to take their advice without question. They have been able to learn our business and our goals and connect us with the most effective outlets for multiple forms of media."
— Doug Miller, General Manager, Mobile Solutions, Nominum


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Corporate Strategies Services:

  • Corporate Branding & Advertising
  • Investor Relations (Analyst and Investor Meetings & Tours)
  • Road Shows
  • Financial Communications (press releases, interval & annual reports)
  • IPO’s & Exchange Listings
  • Conference Calls & Webcasts
  • General Meetings of Shareholders
  • Internal Communications
  • Public Affairs
  • Corporate Governance
  • Disclosure & Compliance Guidance
  • Executive Positioning
  • Investor Website Services & Support
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Perception Studies
  • Presentations
  • Proxy Services