Does your organisation have challenging marcomm* needs ? a complex offer, multiple sales channels, sensitive client communities?
Wesson Impressions can help you sort out your message and create upmarket yet user-friendly communications for both print and web.
Wesson Impressions Ltd. is a new company in Cambridge run by American designer, copywriter, journalist and organiser Pamela Wesson.
Wesson Impressions is now open for business on a freelance or contract basis.
Please invite Pamela over for tea so she can learn more about doing business in Cambridge, the city where she has finally settled down happily in the Mill Road area. She will be pleased to return the favor.
Raised in Japan and the US, Pamela graduated Princeton University with an ostensibly useless degree in Art History and Visual Arts. She then fell into marketing and the design industry on the job at Knoll International (expensive Bauhaus-y office furniture, of which she retains too many beloved pieces in storage). Ms Wesson was so successful at nerdy-yet-glam communications that, rather than being promoted to glory in New York, she was offloaded to Paris to do it all over again for all of Knoll's non-US markets. Fired after a buyout six years later, she had to start her own company to gain her residence permit and stay in Paris ( ? wouldn't you?)
That worked pretty well for ten exciting years, after which Pamela was relieved to take a normal job for six years as an art director on a professional beauty industry magazine. Her closets are still full of free makeup and perfume samples and no, you can't have ANY.
Newly arrived in Cambridge (why move from a big cheap flat on the boulevard St. Michel? To be close to our families), Pamela had to start yet another company, Wesson Impressions Ltd, to find freelance work and gain some traction till she can be granted a work visa, if ever.
Having squeaked by at running a one-man operation in the past, Pamela has high hopes for Wesson Impressions Ltd, and besides, she has no choice. ...Although she is quite tempted by the idea of starting an American diner on the Mill Road.... too bad rents are so high, right, ladies?