Clients often ask us to help with a whole host of project work, from designing brochures to creating their brand identity and even building their websites. We know what we’re good at here at Tribe PR, so we’re always careful to only take on activity that we feel comfortable delivering great results on. However, we also appreciate the value of one project owner and a brand guardian overseeing all work to ensure the best possible results. This means we often look to our own tribe to help out with specific projects.
Our tribe are a group of amazing people, all of whom have a similar mindset to us; to deliver great results for clients and ensure that the work increases brand advocacy in the process. We work with a whole host of great agencies and freelancers, and can help with a number of projects.
What can we do
Website development and UX
Public affairs consultancy
..and much, much more
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To give you an example, we’ve recently written a brochure for a compliance consultancy and worked with a designer to do all the creative. We’ve also managed a freelance creative to produce a bank of iconography for a new website we wrote, all adhering to the brand guidelines and telling a consistent story for the brand. In both these instances, the project management and ongoing client liaison was completed in house at Tribe PR to ensure the work was streamlined and as simple as possible for our clients.
Ultimately, we know our clients are busy, so the more we can do to take the strain off them the better. Plus, it means we can ensure the same brand story is being told no matter what the channel and no matter who the narrator is. This will ensure one ‘look and feel’ for the brand as well as greater opportunities for those who are loyal to the brand to be converted to brand advocates; our ultimate goal.
A support network
The other advantage of working within a tribe is that it allows you to make the right connections and be surrounded with like-minded people. Creating a conversation with other entrepreneurial minds helps to refine ideas, inspire creativity and ensures greater knowledge. Most of all though, having a tribe is a support network.