I offer brand content services to companies and organizations that want to tell their stories in compelling ways and engage their audiences. What do I mean by brand content services? Here are a few examples:
Contribute feature articles and blog posts under my own byline to clients’ websites
Ghostwrite thought leadership articles and blog posts on behalf of business executives and startup founders. Topics include AI, fintech, alternative investing, Big Data, mobile strategies, and automation. These pieces appear on Entrepreneur, Harvard Business Review, Quartz, Barron’s, Inc., and a number of niche industry publications.
Produce print and web features for brand initiatives, such as annual publications and event promotions. An example of this includes a two-part editorial package I created for Foreign Policy magazine and the Embassy of Japan in Washington, D.C. The package highlighted U.S.-Japanese business relationships and environmental initiatives.
Write ebooks and whitepapers for the purposes of thought leadership, lead generation, and audience education
You can see samples of my brand content writing below.
At TRANSACT 2018, hosted by the Electronic Transactions Association, Discover Global Network co-sponsored a day-long payment facilitators track of speaking sessions that focused on what a payment facilitator is, what independent software vendors (ISVs) – those that integrate point-of-sale (POS) software applications – expect from their partners, and what the payment facilitator trend means going forward.
At the TRANSACT 2018 conference, hosted by the Electronic Transactions Association (ETA), conversations focused
on a payments ecosystem that is integrated, holistic and more secure. Here are the three key takeaways from this
The Great Recession ended in 2009, but its effects persist. Nowhere is this more evident than in the current debate surrounding the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Eight years after the act was instituted, a Dodd-Frank repeal movement has cast the future of the regulations into uncertainty.
Large companies are always looking to improve their asset management and cash flow processes, and in-house banking provides a way to do so. An in-house bank (IHB) lets larger, multinational organizations insulate themselves against regulatory shifts, conduct better oversight and build more efficient workflows.