WE CONNECT “NON-DIGITAL NATIVES” TO THEIR DREAMS

You’re smart and experienced and have a lot to offer. The world has changed a bit, and you need a way to reach your customers and stay visible out there. Let us be your guide.

Expert marketing and public relations strategy through delivery.
We’ll start by building a solid strategy and a clear articulation of your voice (brand), target and message, and then create tactics to achieve your goals: creating or updating a website, blogging, visual identity, social media, speaking engagements, public relations and more.

Deanna Shoss, Founder

HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?

Intercultural Talk is about marketing and communication to people of different backgrounds, generations and experience.

Sometimes it’s the product that’s intercultural, with community outreach events, workshops with law enforcement or diversity & inclusion training. All of our marketing, whether digital or in-real-life, is through an intercultural and intergenerational lens.

Click here to schedule a 30 minute exploratory call to see how Intercultural Talk can help.

DIGITAL & REAL-LIFE MARKETING
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CLIENT TESTIMONIALS

Howard Sitron
JEWISH CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES

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“Intercultural Talk took the lead to anticipate and provide solutions for our needs, sometimes before we even noticed they were there.” 

Margo Jacquot
THE JUNIPER CENTER

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“Intercultural Talk and Deanna Shoss have brought us into the modern age of marketing and strategy.”

Jerry Witkovsky ​
THE GRANDEST LOVE

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“I have never felt that I am working with Deanna … I always feel that I have a partner who is passionate about my book and ideas.”

FROM THE BLOG
Cone of Shame with Coronavirus twist

The Influence of World Events on Popular Language

When I was a girl, boys had cooties. A friend’s daughter recently was warned by a fellow kindergartner not to touch or “you’ll get coronavirus.” In Boccaccio’s day you would have avoided someone “like the plague.”Until 2013 “oh well, no one lost a limb” was a light way to brush-off something that didn’t go as…

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Urban Slang: How What You Say Shows Your Age

When I was a girl, boys had cooties. A friend’s daughter was recently warned by a fellow kindergartner not to touch or “you’ll get Coronavirus” (although that may have been more literal.) In Boccaccio’s day you would have avoided someone “like the plague.”  If you’re in another country and there’s a language difference you know…

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Why limit the helpful solutions I can provide to people to marketing and communications? Many are newly working from home, given the statewide shelter-in-place orders. I am here to help, with EXERCISE SOLUTIONS to your stay-at-home dilemmas. What questions do you have? Contact me if you need an Exercise Solution to a stay at home challenge.