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Our #MosronPeople team collectively agrees — the most important part of a company’s culture is their authentic corporate values. Brand identities communicated online reflect what companies present as their mission, vision and goals. But what do these terms really mean, from our Mosron Communications’ perspective and how does it guide our decision in client selection?

Your brand is what you stand for — publicly and internally. This also guides your engagement of prospective employees, partners and clients. It is always important to remember that audience identification is not simply a formal element of stakeholder analysis, but as the baseline of all organisational activities.

Corporate values determine whom the brand employs, partners with and serves. At Mosron Communications, our values are clearly articulated. Our priority as a company is to partner with socially responsible clients and make our contribution to sustainable social development through their impactful work. We passionately believe a part of our corporate social responsibility is realised when we work for such firms.

We also believe that early-stage self-identification lead brands to ramp up expertise in specific fields and gain competitive market scores. For ourselves, we decided early to build expertise within the business-to-business and social impact space. With this specialisation, we have been able to build a robust partnership network across linked industries.

Our approach is willingly shared by every teammate who joins us: we are represented by socially conscious, forward-thinking professionals who pursue impact prior to profit. We are convinced that niche specialisation constitutes the future of every business, including communications industry in the global dimension.

Look at the pool of our previous clients. What industries do you see here? Click the hashtag #MosronImpactStories on social media to find some clues on our client scope.

And do not forget to let`s know you — what are the corporate values of your company and how do you reflect them in your internal and external engagements?


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