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Annual reports: Pixels vs print

|October 19, 2016
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Written by
Andrea Mandel-Campbell

Andrea Mandel-Campbell

Written by
Michael Cranis

Michael Cranis

Putting the time into thinking about the design of the annual report and how information is presented visually allows you to succinctly articulate your company’s key investment proposition, making it easier for investors to make decisions.

But here’s the thing. Even the best annual report ever created will only have the desired impact if investors actually engage with it; and in this day and age that brings up incredibly important questions: Do you print? Do you go digital? Or do you do both?

In this whitepaper, our NATIONAL Equicom team looks at why print and digital are both viable options for your annual report, and why a well-designed report can help you better engage with your investor audience.

Download NATIONAL Equicom’s whitepaper, Annual Reports: PIXELS VS PRINT

——— Michael Cranis is a former Creative Technologist at NATIONAL Public Relations

——— Andrea Mandel-Campbell is a former Senior Vice-President and Practice Lead, Capital Markets at NATIONAL Public Relations


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