Company Update Newsletter Template

Use the company update newsletter template to keep company updated with the most important news, updates, metrics, & announcements.

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Recommended Send Frequency:
1x a week

Company Newsletter

Want a detailed explanation for how to use this template? Read it here

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A private company newsletter for members of the [COMPANY NAME] team.

[NEWSLETTER NAME] - Compelling description of the newsletter contents that causes your people to want to scroll and read.
Issue XX - [SEND DATE]

Interesting Headline Here!

This is the intro where you can highlight timely and important updates and announcements, including:

  • New product/feature launches
  • Company events
  • Upcoming holidays/days off
  • Major policy changes
  • Executive team hires
  • HR deadlines (I.e. insurance open enrollment closing)


If there aren't any major updates or announcements worth highlighting, you can also use this section to preview what's in the newsletter, itself...

[NOTE: THIS WARNING SECTION IS OPTIONAL]
Remember, this is an INTERNAL company memo that may or may not contain sensitive and even confidential information, so I have to ask that you please DO NOT forward or share this newsletters with anyone outside the organization.

HOW WE'RE DOING

NOTE: We suggest you use this section to give updates on company-wide goals, but if you are also sending out a weekly CEO Update Newsletter that includes this information, you can also use this section as "show and tell" and to celebrate wins and accomplishments.

GOAL #1: [Write out your company goal, here] 
STATUS: [Are you Ahead, On-Track, Behind...the more context and transparency the better]

  • Goal update #1. Write out additional description and details here...
  • Goal update #2. Write out additional description and details here...
  • Goal update #3. Write out additional description and details here...
  • NOTE: You can also include pictures and animated gifs in these sections...everyone loves a little "show and tell"

GOAL #2: [Write out your company goal, here] 
STATUS: [Are you Ahead, On-Track, Behind...the more context and transparency the better]

  • Goal update #1. Write out additional description and details here...
  • Goal update #2. Write out additional description and details here...
  • Goal update #3. Write out additional description and details here...
  • NOTE: You can also include pictures and animated gifs in these sections...everyone loves a little "show and tell"

GOAL #3: [Write out your company goal, here] 
STATUS: [Are you Ahead, On-Track, Behind...the more context and transparency the better]

  • Goal update #1. Write out additional description and details here...
  • Goal update #2. Write out additional description and details here...
  • Goal update #3. Write out additional description and details here...
  • NOTE: You can also include pictures and animated gifs in these sections...everyone loves a little "show and tell"
PEOPLE & CULTURE UPDATE

This is a great place to include things like:

  • New hire announcements
  • Promotions
  • Birthdays
  • Work anniversaries


This is also a great place to include fun pics from around the office

GROWTH & LEARNING

[NOTE: You can use this section to share content from the company blog as well as other interesting articles and content you think would be good to share with the team.]

<div><strong>Amazon Accidentally Sent Out Their Email Template</strong></div>
Amazon Accidentally Sent Out Their Email Template
Oops. It turns out someone in Amazon's marketing department accidentally sent out one of their email templates. At first glance, the template seems laughably simple, but there are some really good copy lessons buried in the example that are worthy of review. (It's also a good reminder that even big brands screw up from time to time.) 🙂
<div><strong>How to Chill Out and Relax Already</strong></div>
How to Chill Out and Relax Already
This article contains 17 surprisingly easy steps to a happier, less strung-out life. Aside from "hit the snooze," I think there are a lot of really great ideas. I'd love to hear which one is your favorite.
<div><strong>How To Know If You've Got Product/Market Fit</strong></div>
How To Know If You've Got Product/Market Fit
This article gives seven ways to tell if you've got PMF, and five frameworks to help you to find it if you don't. It's probably the most helpful and complete post I have found on the subject.

[NOTE: This closing section is optional, but we recommend that you invite replies and other engagement from your team. For example...]

That's all for this week. Thanks for reading.

Please pass any questions or feedback onto me, personally. Also, if you reply to this newsletter, that goes straight to me, too, so please don't be a stranger. 🙂

See you next week, 

[YOUR NAME] <--NOTE: All newsletter should be "from" someone.

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