When Taylor-Made Consultancy engaged the Wordsmiths team to help with his latest project, they expected to be paying for a brilliant report and slide deck to impress their client.
What they didn’t envisage was having a set of stock text that would make future tender responses lots easier.
As specialists in operational excellence and strategic planning, Taylor-Made’s clients span a number of industries. What unites them is a need for experts to support them to make changes, whether operational or transformation. That’s where Taylor-Made comes in.
The Wordsmiths team supported Taylor-Made by editing their latest client report – all 49 pages of it. With a key audience of board-level executives, reports need to quickly get the point across and resonate with a senior audience, conveying Taylor-Made’s clear expertise.
We tightened up text, advised on formatting, and generally polished the technical content we were given. We also create a slide deck to complement the report which allowed the Taylor-Made team to present their high-level findings to the board, with the accompanying highly-detailed report for those who had the time and inclination to read it.
And the best bit? The next time Taylor-Made were approached about tendering for work, they used key sections of the information we’d written about them to complete the paperwork! How’s that for extra bang for your buck?
We even got our design colleague Gareth to create a new corporate slide deck and a spruced-up visual identity for Taylor-Made as part of the project, leaving them with a brand and tone of voice which matches their clear expertise.
“It was brilliant to work with the Wordsmiths team on one of our biggest recent projects. They provided invaluable advice about how to present our information, as well as more broadly about the way we talk about ourselves. I was more than happy with the work they did on our report, and delighted when I realised we’d been able to make use of lots of the content in a more recent tender. Working with experts in their craft enabled us to focus on what we’re best at. That’s a win for everyone, isn’t it?”