Glue Inc. works with one or more teams within a client organization (such as marketing, sales, human resources, corporate affairs, operations, training, fundraising or the senior leadership team) to develop and produce intelligent communications and event solutions that enhance your overall performance.
Our name reflects the qualities that distinguish us: the high degree of trust we engender in our clients; the deep understanding and passion we bring to every assignment, whether large or small; and the lasting value that we deliver. These qualities form the basis for our brand promise: communications that stick.
Thanks to our experience, we appreciate the way different organizations operate, we understand each project’s broader context, and we respect the need to adhere to your budget parameters. We work ‘hands-on’ with you from initial briefing to project completion, avoiding unnecessary process while ensuring you are kept properly informed about project timelines and costs.
Over the course of our careers, Glue’s two principals have collaborated with a range of organizations – from major corporations to leading not-for-profits, and from partnerships to small businesses – in completing a diverse roster of projects, including:
- Co-developing all content and managing all logistics for annual employee meetings
- Writing speeches for senior executives
- Co-creating and managing an intranet site supporting a cross-country dealer network
- Writing monthly merchandising newsletters for a national retail chain
- Organizing employee recognition and community events
- Writing volunteer newsletters and annual reports
- Producing testimonial videos for online use
- Writing user guides for online programs and electronics devices
- Developing a comprehensive customer communications and salesforce training program for a consumer product launch
- Editing and managing the publication of a guidebook for persons with diabetes
- Interviewing awards program winners and writing their profiles
Glue was founded in 2002 and is led by principals Tim Morawetz and Sue MacGowan.