Who is Oratium For?
The Oratium methodology has proven extraordinarily effective in three core areas: sales teams who want to tell an effective sales story, executives who need buy-in of their ideas across their organization, and non-profits who need to raise money and awareness for their mission.
What Our Clients Say
Our customers are telling us that they value the intriguing, thought-provoking conversations we’re now having with them. And this helps makes us different from our competitors.
After learning from Oratium, I have not only transformed the way I build all my customer-facing material, but I have evolved the way I communicate with my colleagues, friends and family.
Oratium’s training was the most exhilarating, captivating, entertaining and educational session I have ever experienced. This should be mandatory training for everyone. Amazingly, I was energized at the end of the day instead of drained. They practice what they preach.
Having spent my life in the pursuit of extraordinary communication, it's not surprising that Oratium caught my attention. What did surprise me was seeing their methodology immediately impacting my own communication and as a result, we have trained our entire team in their approach.
New & Noteworthy Content from Oratium
The Great Challenge of Our Times: Selling in the Virtual World
As selling went virtual, the world of sales was turned upside down. Many companies still struggle to sell in the virtual environment. If you’re looking for answers to this pressing challenge, start here.
Our Values Matter
At Oratium, we count it a privilege (and responsibility) to return a meaningful portion of our profits back into some of the world’s most needy communities. We partner with a range of organizations to support important, long-term humanitarian and development projects.
We have a multi-year partnership with Food For the Hungry to bring clean water and sanitation to the entire community of Belen, Peru.
We support Fruit Bearers Ministries to empower and equip deaf, blind, crippled, and otherwise disabled children in Negros Oriental, Philippines.