In launching its offerings for the connected car, Qualcomm engaged venTAJA to draft content coinciding with a roll-out at Mobile World Congress (MWC). The article and blog posts focused on individual technologies like C-V2X (cellular vehicle-to-vehicle communication) and on the macro-effects of connected, autonomous cars.
The sales organization at Lionbridge’s Life Sciences business unit had created a proposal template (internal use only). As the company added more services, the unit constantly modified the template until it became too long. Lionbridge Life Sciences hired venTAJA to trim, edit and rewrite portions of the template so that the sales team could turn proposals around more quickly and prospects could navigate them more easily.
The Human Resources team at Stac conceived the company’s newsletter, and the Technical Publications group published it quarterly. On the company’s tenth anniversary, John White interviewed executives and founders to write an employee newsletter article with anecdotes and recollections going back to the company’s inception.
Qualcomm consistently places in Training Magazine’s Top 125 companies for employer-sponsored workforce training and development. Its Learning Center chose venTAJA to abstract information from dozens of departments, employee portals, course catalogs and internal reports, and to draft a competition entry (internal use only) to solidify its ranking.
When Tarari’s CEO was nominated for Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year award, the VP of Marketing team chose venTAJA to draft the nomination entry. The resulting document followed the questionnaire closely and balanced its focus succinctly (1000 words) among the company’s history, technology, staff and involvement in the community. venTAJA also wrote Tarari’s entry for the Fast Company award.