BUSINESS WRITING

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Business writing shouldn't mean dull writing. Report writing can still be interesting, exciting and inspiring. When you’re writing for business, your purpose is usually to inform, but unless you write in a way that’s going to engage your reader, you might as well not bother.

One of the most common mistakes that people make when they’re writing for business is to include lots of big words to make themselves sound clever. Corporate jargon is often absolutely rife in business writing – and it usually sneaks in there without the culprit even noticing.

Business writing should be clear, concise and free from corporate jargon – as comprehensive as any other piece of writing. Work out what you want to say and say it. Don’t try to be clever. Don’t try to baffle your reader with fancy words. Just say it.

WHAT BUSINESS WRITING CAN YOU HELP ME WITH?

A freelance copywriter can help to add interest, eliminate corporate jargon and ensure your business writing uses your company’s tone of voice. By hiring me for your business writing, you can add a little objectivity to things like...

  • Board reports

  • Business reports

  • Annual accounts

  • Executive summaries

  • Employee briefings

  • Formal letters

WHY CAN’T I JUST WRITE THESE THINGS MYSELF?

There’s nothing stopping you from writing these things yourself. But if there’s a chance that you’re too close to your business and have spent too long talking about it to know how to communicate clearly and concisely with people who haven’t been involved with it, perhaps it’s time for a fresh perspective.

If you have report writing or other business writing requirements that you’d like to discuss, please just contact me with details.