Corporate communication leader joins Academy as Global Partner
As we shift to new ways of working, communication and customer service is critical to any business strategy. Moneypenny has joined WORKTECH Academy as a Global Partner to share the latest thinking in the field
WORKTECH Academy is pleased to announce that Moneypenny, a fast-growing leader in outsourced corporate communications, has become a Global Partner.
Moneypenny’s presence right at the heart of our network brings valuable expertise, knowledge and insight in the study and analysis of future work environments, which use outsourced communications to improve operations, efficiency and experience in the new world of work.
Moneypenny now has its own knowledge microsite on the WORKTECH Academy platform where Academy members can access information, ideas and blogs on all aspects of business communication as developments in new ways of working move apace. You’ll find insights and case studies on breaking workplace traditions and embracing technological and cultural shifts to reflect modern-day demands based on Moneypenny’s research and client interactions.
Moneypenny is focused on the future of business and actively explores pioneering business innovation across the world. As more and more organisations recognise the potential for remote working, Moneypenny aims to arm companies of all sizes with advice and insights on establishing and growing business presence in an increasingly mobile world.
‘Focusing on breaking workplace traditions and embracing technological and cultural shifts…’
WORKTECH Academy director Jeremy Myerson comments: ‘Moneypenny is the fastest-growing outsourced communications provider and we are delighted to welcome this world-leading organisation to our inner circle. From expertise in remote working to more flexible and green ways of doing business, Moneypenny has a wealth of great material across different industries including finance, legal, retail, healthcare and property. We’ll be calling on the company’s experts to help explain how communication and experience is shifting as we adopt new hybrid ways of working and how this will shape the workplace of the future.’