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What we do to help your business communicate more effectively

We’ll maximise your message and create copy to showcase your achievements, ensuring your business gets the attention it deserves.

As a business writer in Oxfordshire, we can help you with –

Content for websites

Original content for new websites or we can refresh existing sites

Marketing literature

Attention-grabbing leaflets, posters, adverts

Company newsletters

Copy that’s clear and succinct, engaging with your audience


We’ll write to any desired length and frequency, and schedule online


Brief us to write from scratch, or we’ll edit your copy. We can research too

Press releases & PR

Product launches, events, company news? We’ll get the PR angles covered and write stories for local or national press

Case studies

Showcase the best of your achievements and impress prospective clients

Proposals, bid submissions

Present carefully constructed and well-presented proposals

Sales presentations

Show command of the key points, get them across with style, just wow them


We’ll attend conferences and events or write from notes you provide


A well-worded letter creates the right impression, adding the finishing touch

Email campaigns

Punchy, attention-grabbing copy that builds readership

Copy editing

A fresh pair of eyes, ensuring clear content, correct spelling and grammar


Eliminate typos and last-minute glitches before printing or uploading

German and French translation

Received an enquiry? Want to read press comment? We’ll translate it

Get in touch today to discuss your project

Quick tips to empower your writing

  • Don’t be defeated by a blank piece of paper – plan the outline, write key points, then prioritise. Create headings, start and close lines later
  • If you’re stuck or lost for inspiration, go and get a coffee or do something else. When you come back, ‘writer’s block’ should have cleared
  • Sometimes less is more – don’t use ten words where two will do. Avoid repetition and using the same words too frequently
  • Look carefully at punctuation – commas help to break up sentences and make the meaning clearer
  • To minimise errors, always re-read what you’ve written, whether email, press release or newsletter, preferably a few hours later or the next day. When it’s sent, it’s sent!
  • If you’re up against it and the clock’s ticking, bring a fresh pair of eyes to the task. Sometimes it can be difficult to see the wood for the trees!