Corporate

I don't only write about far-off places and exotic cultures. In fact, I have at least one foot firmly rooted in the real world, and to this end I engage in a considerable amount of corporate writing. Although I don't get a byline for this work, I still deliver the same faultless and entertaining product to my clients.

I've worked for big names like Sanlam, Addis, Liberty Life and Cape Union Mart and I've also done contract work for less well-known businesses. If you have a message you want communicated, why not contact me? I'd love to send you samples of my work and discuss your particular needs. Due to the nature of the work I am not able to publish all of my copywriting here.

Stand-alone projects

I'm doing more and more work direct for companies. I have written websites and company profiles, fliers and radio adverts. I have also been the title editor of a digital magazine for the past year. In many cases I offer my clients an all-inclusive package incorporating both copy and design.

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Press releases and advertorials

Once I got into gear writing it was only natural that I'd be asked to do some press releases and advertorials. My press releases and advertorials are engaging and unflinchingly accurate, and they epitomise the adage 'less is more'.

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Magazine articles

In-house and B2B magazines are bigger than consumer titles at the moment, and they require an enormous array of content which is interesting to write and research. From engaging department profiles to emotive reports on CSI projects, I can do it all. I'm even able to be funny about business on request...

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Blogs

Corporate blogging is huge these days, and smart companies realise that it pays to employ a professional to do it for them. I blog for two major clients, but my work for Revlogs is evidence of my ability to research an unfamiliar topic thoroughly and bring it to life.

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