Media training

Media training is a critical part of brand building for any business.


Media training - a key to successful communication and a strong brand.

How to strengthen your brand with media training

Media training is not just about preparing for interviews or press conferences - it is also about building and protecting your brand. Through effective media training, you can create a strong foundation for your company's appearance in the media, whether for planned press releases, unplanned interviews or crisis management. A strong brand is built not only through good products or services, but also through how the company appears to the public. At AVA Corporate Communications, we help you strengthen your brand through effective media training.

Media training in different situations

Media training is important whether you are facing an interview, a capital markets day, a general meeting or a crisis. In each of these situations, you need to be ready to effectively and clearly communicate your message and protect your brand. At AVA, we have extensive experience in media training and can offer advice and support to help you feel confident and secure in all these situations. We will help you to be prepared and ready to deliver your message in the best possible way.

We can help you with...

Production and establishment of media training procedures
Counselling and support in media management
Media training workshops and crisis management

We are passionate about great business communication

We see all elements of communication as links in a chain, and a chain is only as strong as its weakest link. Our vision is to offer listed companies a complete solution so that all the pieces fall into place. 

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