Crisis Communications

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Regardless of our best efforts, any business may be confronted with a crisis. At any moment, the unthinkable can become reality and you could be facing a crisis that might severely damage your business if you’re not prepared to respond to the unpredictable:

  • Employee Embezzlement
  • High Profile Lawsuit
  • Company Layoffs
  • Government Actions
  • Financial Crisis
  • Negative Press
  • Natural Disaster

Are you prepared for a crisis that could destroy or damage your company’s reputation? Do you have a plan in place in the event the unexpected occurs? Do you have a knowledgeable, qualified spokesperson available to face aggressive reporters?

If you answered “no” to any of the three questions above, let Maria Aselage of HearSay Communications be your safety net when a crisis breaks and the future of your business is on the line.

Being prepared to respond to a crisis will:

  • Protect your organization’s reputation
  • Give your business a competitive advantage
  • Assure financial and operational stability
  • Demonstrate an enhanced level of sophistication
  • Provide opportunity for post-crisis growth
  • Preserve the long term health of your organization
  • Avoid the loss of productivity

HearSay Communications’ services include:

  • Planning for a unexpected crisis event
  • Responding to a crisis
  • Creating a crisis strategy
  • Developing public and inter-organizational messaging
  • Executing a crisis plan
  • Serving as the organizational media spokesperson

Protect your company, your employees and your financial future. When the unthinkable happens, be prepared.

Charleston CEO features Maria Aselage discussing crisis communications 

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