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We’re jumping on the 50 Shades of Grey bandwagon. In a business writing context, of course.
Our Neil’s railing against the things that make some conferences feel like a life sentence.
Wondering why a lot of idioms seems to blow little ducks*? Our Harry has the answer. *Latvian for talk nonsense.
Bank needn’t be a four-letter word. Our Jo’s got some advice for the industry.
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We’re sad to say our colleague Lisa Plumbridge died early in the New Year. She was a project manager at The Writer in London, though she’d been off work with cancer for...
Writing anything that’s legally binding? Our Neil’s got a couple of things you need to bear in mind.
Our Anelia sounds a note of caution for anyone drafting a bit of internal comms.
Our Theo’s put his festive trust in Jamie Oliver, and not just because of his talent with a turkey baster.
Our Colby's written a nice blog that might make you think about language for a few moments.
We&#039;re in favour of Russell Brand&#039;s brand of writing.
Our Georgina has a few words for any company trying to (or trying not to) talk about change.
Much hoopla this week about the landing of a picture-taking, data-relaying thingmy on the back of a comet. Am I alone in being left a bit cold by this? I mean, well done...
What does it take to stop a jaded 37-year-old writer in his tracks?
Our Georgina has a thing or two to teach Aristotle about the art of persuasion.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s four tips to make your PowerPoints sing.
Benefits not features, right? It’s not that simple, says Nick.
We’ve spotted a couple of great ads recently. Snaps to HP and Innocent.