Business Communications

For your business communications, you know what you want or need to say. But if you’re having trouble getting past the “rough draft” stage, or your document just needs fine-tuning from a fresh perspective, call me.

Here are some examples of current and past clients and projects:

 

Professional Services

  • Evergreen Collateral Consulting (financial auditing)
  • Fabric Shop Network (business consulting for retailers)
  • Grace Hudtloff, John L. Scott Real Estate
  • Green Thumb Management (business consulting and training)
  • HouseValues.com (Web-based real estate marketing services)
  • Nancy D. Solomon (professional speaker/trainer)
  • New Era Staffing & HR Solutions (HR consulting)
  • Palmer/Pletsch Associates (fashion-sewing educators)

 

Employee Communications, Workplace Training

  • Mazda (product sales training)
  • MultiCare Health System (process improvement manual)
  • Toyota Financial Services (training manual for credit analysts)
  • Weyerhaeuser Co. (internal newsletter)

 

Nonprofits/Associations

  • American Intellectual Property Law Association (conference speaker’s manual)
  • Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County, Calif. (volunteer handbook)
  • Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network (consumer education materials and recipes)
  • MetroParks Tacoma (events and activities catalog)
  • MultiCare Health Foundation Office of Philanthropy
  • Oregon History Works (historical exhibit panels: Portland’s Pioneer Courthouse, Portland Streetcar shelters)
  • Sheet Metal Occupational Health Institute Trust (smoking cessation education for workers)

 

Periodicals

  • Builder and Remodeler Executive
  • FabShop News
  • Sewing, Quilting, Embroidery Professional
  • Showcase: Today’s Magazine for Artful Living
  • South Sound Wedding & Event Magazine
  • Window Executive

Praise for byGosch

Working with Ann is like having a grammatical “lifeline,” or my someone from whom I can “buy a vowel.”

She takes my mess of written concepts and turns them into sensible, meaningful words. What I like most is that she seems to really enjoy the art of written communication and takes pride in allowing the creator’s “voice” to be heard. Ann will go the extra steps to truly understand my ideas by calling me or emailing until she has a good understanding, or doing research on her own.

We publish a quarterly newsletter and on occasion we send out other written messages to our clients via emails, blogs, flyers, and brochures. I am confident that after Ann has worked her magic on our communication that she has captured the essence of my message and in a professional manner that represents me and my company. Her turnaround time is blazing fast too!

—Harry Franzheim, president, New Era Staffing and HR Solutions