Olivia Parkinson

Sometimes, life just isn't fair. Emergencies arrive on our doorstep and we must take them in our stride. Comms teams are often on the frontline of any organisation in a crisis and in the current climate, this could not be truer.

Communications departments must manage different stakeholders, take advantage of the rapidly evolving news landscape and adapt to changing situations. But when a crisis hits, comms teams need to have a plan in place to efficiently and effectively send out the right messaging.

How confident are you that your crisis comms plans are in order? Or, like many others, are you scrambling to get your comms plans in place, while working from home, detached from your team?

We recently hosted a webinar outlining the 5 stages of planning when it comes to crisis comms management to help your organisation manage this crisis and any future troubles you may encounter.

Don’t worry if you missed it – click here to listen to a full recording of the webinar.

We are offering free 30-minute consultations to any B2B Tech in house comms teams who may want to review their own company’s crisis comms processes. If you would like to get an objective opinion on your messages or process, or, would like any of the templates that are featured in this, please email gabrielle.dunbar@championcomms.com