Multilingual Business Communication

April 10, 2009

The ‘corporate affairs’ approach

Filed under: internship, Laura Moerman — meertaligebedrijfscommunicatie @ 9:40 am

Companies don’t stand alone. They’re interrelated with many different stakeholders: their employees, customers and shareholders, the media, authorities, their competitors and the political, social and academic world. To build up a good relationship with all of them, that’s no sinecure!

Whyte Corporate Affairs, a communications consultancy based in Brussels, provides its clients with communications advice, in support of their reputation, interests and business objectives. Clients can be both companies as institutions.

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Whyte’s specific approach is to focus on that difficult relationship with various stakeholders. To realize good communication, the consultants often opt for an integrated application of different disciplines. Their so-called ‘corporate affairs’ approach consists of corporate communications, public affairs and crisis and issues management. Just the perfect blend to create a good reputation.

Starting from the end of this month till the end of May, I will work as an intern for Whyte Corporate Affairs. My job will partially consist of dealing with ongoing projects. By working on different projects for specific clients, I hope to discover the true nature of the ‘corporate affairs’ approach.

Laura Moerman

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