Case studies

Our award-winning team has worked on a wide variety of reports, proposals, newsletters, blog posts, case studies and more for numerous NHS organisations, councils, a children’s charity, a housing association, a payment provider, a corporate finance broker and business services suppliers.

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  • Annual report
  • Associations
  • Blog posts
  • Case studies
  • General comms support
  • Healthcare
  • Newsletter
  • NHS
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Proofreading
  • Public sector
  • Social media
  • Tender bids
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Using case studies to demonstrate impact across the NHS

At Sorted Communications, we have supported several of our NHS clients in creating impactful case studies.
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Creating and refining tender bids

Putting together a tender bid or grant application can be a lengthy exercise. We've helped collate, write, standardise and quality check a range of submissions.
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Supporting a non-profit organisation’s rebrand

When the brand communications team at a leading non-profit organisation asked for our support in reviewing its marketing collateral, we were happy to help.
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Nottingham Hospitals Charity

"It’s been SO helpful that Sorted Communications have been so responsive and able to take things on at short notice."
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Imperial College Health Partners

"Sorted Comms were able to draw out the key messages we wanted to portray in a natural and straightforward way."
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Frequently asked questions

For most of our clients we work on a simple flexible hours basis. You buy a block of credit with us that’s valid for a fixed period of time and then you just send us tasks whenever you have anything that needs doing. 

We offer a range of flexible package options which are outlined here as well as an ad hoc hourly option for smaller jobs.

If you don’t think any of our standard packages would work for you, we are always happy to discuss a bespoke arrangement. We can also agree a fixed quote for a specific project.

Behind the scenes, we have a calculator which we can use to get a good idea of how long a piece of work will take and we can use that to help you decide which package to choose or to put a quote together.

To find out more and discuss the best approach for you, please contact us for a chat.

We aim to respond to all emails within three working hours.

We can usually turn small tasks (things that take an hour or two) around within a day or less if you need us to. Of course, it’s always helpful to have a bit of notice but if something urgent comes up, just send us an email outlining what you need and we’ll confirm whether we can fit it in.

For bigger jobs, we may need longer, but we’ll always do our best to meet your deadlines. If you know in advance that something is coming up that will need a quick turnaround it’s really helpful if you let us know so that we can block time out to work on it.

As a guide, for non-urgent work, please allow about a week for tasks that take a few hours, but we can usually respond more quickly when needed.

If you have a lot of work that needs doing at the same time, we may contact you to discuss timelines and priorities to make sure we get everything done in the order that you need it.

If you need us to join a video call, please aim to give us 24 hours’ notice so that we can manage our diaries. We understand that there are times when urgent things come up unexpectedly; with less than 24 hours’ notice of a call, we will do our best to attend, but cannot guarantee availability.

Yes, absolutely.

If we send you a proposal for work, we will include testimonials and examples of relevant previous work within the proposal.

If you would like to see anything else, just drop us an email and we’ll be happy to send you some relevant examples.

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