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    • Prior reports, presentations and company material
    • Stakeholder and analyst feedback
    • Competitor and industry reports
    • Media commentary
    • Current best reporting practices
    • Identify reporting shortcomings and potential improvements
    • Propose new reporting angles and content
    • Establish the overriding reporting and messaging themes
    • Finalise the report logic flow and establish procedures for collaboration and gathering content
    • Identify relevant matters for inclusion in a targeted report
    • Engage with senior leadership around unpacking these important messages
    • Focus on better – not more – reporting!
    • Develop questionnaires for key company personnel
    • Conduct personal or online interviews
    • Leadership messages crafted to avoid repetition and tell the company’s real story
    • Evaluate material issues and sustainability disclosures to identify shortcomings and missing data
    • Circulate, track and collate questionnaires for divisional and sustainability reviews
    • Visualise infographics and graphical elements
    • Early drafts are circulated to align messaging and identify content gaps
    • Incorporate feedback from the client into subsequent drafts

    Deliver a compelling report on the activities and prospects of the business, a forward-looking perspective that lays out the analysis for readers

    “Integrated and sustainability reports – your early warning systems for industry disruptions”
    “Every number tells a story”

    Frequently asked questions

    • A business focused on the actual material issues
    • Evolve into an integrated and agile business
    • Risks and opportunities are logically examined (including environmental, social and governance)
    • Effectively communicate your company’s strategy to investors and stakeholders
    • Improved ability to identify and respond successfully to opportunities, risks and changes in the business environment by uncovering longer-term business impacts
    • Better linkage of overall performance and executive compensation
    • Competitive advantage through cost savings, operational efficiencies, brand differentiation and innovation (e.g. new product development)
    • Improved stakeholder relations by understanding their needs and managing their expectations
    • Improved compliance with existing and pending regulations and corporate governance requirements
    • Enhanced performance reporting
    • Streamlined reporting, externally and internally

    Setting a benchmark price is difficult, unless the source material is complete and understood at the outset. The overall fee can vary widely based on the scope (how many factors and aspects are included) and the size of the business, particularly if it has subsidiaries.


    A company’s initial report is often its most costly, with consequent reports usually cheaper due to being updated rather than redrafted from scratch.


    The return on investment on reporting depends on how the company manages its findings. Those that use its findings to identify and pursue opportunities, side-step risks, cut costs and please their stakeholders will derive immense value from their reports.

    • Depending on size and complexity, corporate reports can take a month or up to six months to prepare, particularly if being done for the first time. Once a reporting process is established and information sources identified, reports can be prepared swiftly and with minimum fuss.

    Why shouldn’t you just use in-house staff or write copy for yourself?

    A professional writer will:

      • take the time to focus exclusively on your project
      • use their experience and knowledge to your advantage
      • target writing for your intended audience
      • project a consistent image throughout the writing
      • help to develop ideas
      • avoid clichés and overworked angles and find a fresh way of describing your information
      • provide a second set of eyes
      • identify missing material
      • suggest ways to streamline your writing process
      • understand the appropriate media for your needs
    • Hiring consultants and outside experts can save time and money. It also can increase competitiveness and professionalism.


      A seasoned consultant is able to:

      • provide a ‘short-cut’ to techniques, knowledge and information
      • provide a professional service that does not exist in the organisation, or that is needed for a specified period of time
      • provide solutions to specific challenges and situations
      • validate ideas that have already been created in the organisation
      • analyse, diagnose or criticise (constructively)
      • facilitate the search for ideas and solutions with existing team members
      • implement methodologies and systems that enhance efficiency and organisation
      • access a network of professional business associates
      • bring in an experienced outsider’s evaluation and point of view
      • present, teach or implement ‘new’ business ideas and procedures
    • When considering corporate report writers, you may automatically jump to one of the familiar Big Five names. That might seem like your simplest and best choice initially, but other options may yield better final results for less expense.

      Choosing a niche firm can provide these advantages:

      • Custom, comprehensive solutions rather than pre-packaged answers
      • Targeted efforts towards smaller projects instead of mega-deals, allowing for a higher level of attention you may desire
      • Working one-on-one or with a small consulting team allows you to know the quality of the consultants working on your project, enabling easier connection
      • Issues are resolved faster and possibly more creatively without the bureaucracy and inefficiencies often associated with larger firms
      • Expertise-based consultants utilise their knowledge and deep competency to quickly gain traction on new projects
      • Low-overhead, high-value pricing business model.