Annual Report: Design for Impact

Megan WilloughbyBlog

It’s that time of year again. Christmas decorating, cookie baking, Hallmark movies and annual reports. Yes, you heard me: annual reports. Those year-in-review documents stuffed with so many balance sheets and dollar signs that your eyes will cross. Those thick books filled with edge-of-your-seat page titles like Cash Flow Statement and Profit and Loss. If your company name starts with a Z and ends with an M, or you sell athleisure wear (I haven’t worn real pants since March), you’re probably thrilled to be reliving or recapping 2020. But even if you’re among those who struggled this year, annual reports … Read More