‘I never thought I could afford a publication like this on my budget’
What others say about Ann Wylie’s consulting services
Find out what it’s like to get Ann Wylie’s expertise on your communications — from these pros who have used Ann’s consulting services.
“Bringing in Ann Wylie was absolutely one of the best investments I’ve made on this job.”
— Cindy Conner, manager, Corporate Communications, FedEx
“I never thought I could afford a publication like this on my budget.
“When I met Ann Wylie, we’d been producing a quarterly marketing magazine for several years. Ann showed us how we could create a more beautiful, readable, interesting and valuable magazine — for the same budget.
“We’ve seen great results. Ann’s ‘menu’ of stories makes the magazine more sophisticated and streamlines the planning process. Her team of award-winning writers makes even complicated, scientific topics easy and delightful to read. And better copy equals an easier approval process — even with our pickiest subject-matter experts.
“In fact, the only problem with the new magazine is that it’s so popular, we constantly have to refill our publication racks! Our team is responsible for almost every printed piece our organization produces, which means we literally have a deadline a day. Wylie Communications helps make those deadlines easier and more rewarding.”
— John Francis, director of marketing, Saint Luke’s Health System, Kansas City
“Since working with Ann, I’ve been recommending that every communication team have an outside professional come in and critique its work. It’s really an asset in developing your publication.”
— Shaughn Jarvis, Accenture
“Since Ann Wylie became editorial consultant of Northern Update, our client magazine has skyrocketed from a mediocre publication to one that is emulated throughout the industry.
“Ann develops provocative story ideas; provides exceptional writing and editing services; and delivers valuable insight into layout, design and content development. Those contributions have helped us elevate the professionalism and quality of our publication and create a magazine that our investors find readable, relevant and appealing.
“During a time when the market was unpredictable at best, we had a high client retention rate. That was due in part to our ability to communicate effectively to our investors through Northern Update.”
— Roberta J. Laughlin, vice president, Mutual Funds Marketing, Northern Trust
“We came away from [Ann's] last analysis of our journal with clear objectives on editorial improvements. We know that continually refining the journal over time is key to keeping us No. 1 in the market.”
— Cheryl L. Mee, RN, BC, MSN, editor-in-chief, Nursing 2005