A New Voice on Internal Communications

October 26, 2011


Meaningful solutions that have a direct impact on our clients' business with measurable results. That's what our Fleishman-Hillard Internal Communications team has strived to deliver every day since we launched our practice 20 years ago.

Today, I'm pleased to introduce B2E Comm, our Internal Communications blog, where we'll share with you examples of strategic employee communications, best practices from our global network of experts, our insights into the latest industry trends and topics, and more.

Fleishman-Hillard is one of the world's leading strategic communications firms, with capabilities that span all communications specialties, industries and audiences.

As one of the first communications firms to launch a dedicated internal communications practice, our network of internal communicators now spans all major countries and markets throughout the world, giving us a truly global footprint. We operate throughout North America, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa and the Asia Pacific region.

We understand that our clients' success is driven by their employees, and we believe that employees are the heart and soul of any organization. Keeping them informed and engaged is critical. That's why we work with our clients to engage employees in honest conversations about issues that matter, all in an effort to help establish dynamic internal cultures that directly support our clients' business goals.

To realize our clients' business, cultural and competitive goals, we've outfitted our practice group with capabilities that extend beyond those of most employee communication organizations. In addition to our business strategy and change management expertise, we have a robust knowledge of HR and benefits communications.

We have plenty of ideas up our sleeves that we'll discuss here on B2E Comm, but we also want to hear from you, whether you're an employee, employer, communicator, student or just someone who's interested in what we do. Tell us what questions you have for – or about – Fleishman-Hillard's Internal Communications practice. We're eager to engage with you about any internal communications topics or trends that are on your mind.