Who should consider Gramercy Protocol and why?


  • Corporations: Effectively represent your brand by maximizing your greatest source of competitive advantage -- the performance and engagement of your employees.


  • Business professionals: Gain confidence and focus to build valuable relationships at networking events, improve communication and presentation skills, and learn to dine with grace and ease.


  • Academia: Help future graduates find employment by reinforcing values of professionalism, courtesy, trust, integrity, reliability and respect.

Gramercy Protocol provides

strategic business etiquette and

communication skills counsel to

Fortune 100 companies and

entrepreneurs representing

some of the world’s most

respected brands. 

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Gramercy Protocol Offers the Following Customized Corporate Etiquette and International


Protocol Training Programs and Services:


  • Networking Skills for Professionals


  • Dining and Cocktail Party Etiquette


  • Teamwork and Values-Based Leadership


  • Public Speaking and Presentation Skills


  • Media Training


  • Technology Etiquette: Electronic Communication and Social Media Protocol


  • Interviewing Skills to Get the Job


  • Sales Techniques: Enhance the Customer Experience


  • International Protocol: Social Intelligence in a Multicultural Environment


  • Business Image: Look and Feel Your Best at Every Occasion

    Professional Editing and Copywriting:


    Our chief editor has deep brand marketing and copywriting experience. His writing has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, Rolling Stone, The American Scholar, The Washington Post, The New York Times Book Review, The Spectator (UK), Details, and other publications.

    Client base has included: Digiday, the American Chamber of Commerce, UNICEF, the International Finance Corporation, UNAIDS, the Lyons Press, the United Nations Environment Programme, Development Alternatives International, and Prose Media.