We’re trusted by creative agencies, universities, government bodies and businesses of all types to create superb content.
Our writers and editors will help you get your message across with clarity and style. Whenever a project demands journalistic flair, we can provide it.
We’re proudly based in Wales, serving clients throughout the UK and beyond.
With minimal fuss, we’ll dovetail with your team and deliver written content that works hard. Here’s how we do it.
We’re pragmatic. Our complete focus is on producing work that achieves your goals. We’ll choose the simplest approach to make the greatest impact.
We’re flexible. We’ll adapt to your way of working and adopt the right voice for your audience. We don’t bring preconceptions to a project – just open minds.
We’re rigorous. At every stage, we’ll present work that’s polished to a high standard, saving time and streamlining the approval process.
We’re professional. We’ll agree a detailed project plan, keep close tabs on workflow from brief to sign-off, and ensure deadlines are met.
We’re connected. We’ve been in this industry a long time. We know where to source the talent and specialist expertise for your project.
We’ll never promise something we can’t deliver, and our fee structures are simple and transparent.
Whether you need to put together a one-off report, a series of features or a whole website, we can craft the perfect copy. We’ll commission the most suitable writers from our network, edit and finesse the content to ensure it’s on brand, and make the approval process swift and straightforward.
We can provide experienced editors for any print or online publication. We’ll look after flatplanning or site-mapping, find and commission writers, and manage workflow from synopsis to sign-off. We’re highly design-literate: we’ll collaborate closely with your creative team or art desk to make sure the words, images and layout all pull together.
If you’re seeking an audit of your content or advice on how it might be improved, we’re happy to oblige. And if a project is falling apart, or you’ve been let down with substandard material, we can take over, go back to the brief and quickly get things on track.
Between us, there’s not much we haven’t done in journalism, commercial editing and content marketing.
We’ve worked for every UK national newspaper, launched contract magazines and helped steer publications to the top of their sector. We’ve won awards for our writing and executed high-profile campaigns for top multinational brands.
Behind us is a network of trusted freelancers: commissioning editors, copywriters, proof-readers and specialists.
Here’s who we are.
Now in the third decade of a varied media career, William has served as a production journalist at three national papers, been deputy editor of Sunday Times Travel Magazine and helped run the commercial desk of the Daily Telegraph. His areas of expertise include the media, travel, the public sector and academia. He holds degrees in English, linguistics and journalism, and has lent his skills to three top-ten universities in the QS world rankings.
Penelope is obsessed with accurate and inventive use of the English language, making her an uncomfortable dinner companion but an excellent editor. Over 20-plus years, she has edited glossy magazines, been chief sub-editor on a national tabloid, launched international technology titles and run multi-channel campaigns for corporates. Her specialisms include reputation and business intelligence, finance, SMEs and start-ups.
For more than 20 years, Nick has been shaping editorial content for prominent UK and international brands. He has taken charge of magazines for training and education charities, certification bodies, businesses and large membership organisations – including the UK’s biggest business-to-business title for the 130,000 members of the FSB. Nick regularly writes on workplace issues for magazines and national newspapers.
A journalist since 1997, David is a former editor of two technology magazines. He covers topics including (but not limited to) financial services, business tech and innovation, sustainability, the charity sector, education, parenthood, railways, British history and pubs. Clients rely on him to produce content that stands out – whether in the form of white papers, brochures, case studies or ghost-written articles for business leaders.
If you’d like to discuss a project, find out whether we’re the right fit for your organisation or just have an informal chat, we’d be delighted to hear from you.
All approaches and any information disclosed will be held in strict confidence.
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