The number of times you see missed-spelt words, typo’s or poor grammar in brochures, on websites or even advertisements means businesses need to sit up and take notice
Publishers value what we do.
Graduates with theses know how we can help.
Independent authors sell more books because of our attention to detail.
Does the commercial world understand the value we can add?
Commerce produces a veritable blizzard of content— reports, mailshots, brochure, leaflets, advertising copy and web content. It has to be as perfect as possible.
Products and services beautifully photographed or illustrated, engaging content to lure us in and stimulate our acquisitive natures; we are bombarded with it every hour of every day. It has to be as perfect as possible.
The millions of words that are created, written and used by the corporate world, every minute of every day often miss a vital step in their journey from conception to publication — editing and proofreading.
Celebrity movie stars have to do retakes, the files of outtakes at the end of DVD’s are a testament to the…
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