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Plain English

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Business writing

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Editwrite is me, Lisa Robertson: professional proofreader, experienced business writer and fan of plain English.

I work freelance from my home in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, helping businesses and individuals to produce clear, consistent and accurate text.

Each piece of work is unique. Whether it’s proofreading, plain English services or business writing you’re after, I will tailor my services to your needs, your purpose and your readers.

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Latest from the Editwrite blog

How to write your bid or grant application

This article is for all those who strive daily to meet the needs of their community but who struggle with the formality of bid writing and grant applications. The principles also apply to any type of application process where you have to answer specific questions. Of course I can’t guarantee your success, but I hope my tips will help you along the way.

How to avoid jargon and acronyms in your business writing

Jargon (specific technical language) and acronyms (usually made up of the initial letters of something) are useful when writing for people within a particular field. However, we need to be more careful when writing for a lay audience, who might not have the specific knowledge needed to understand your terminology. How can you do this effectively? Read on for my top tips.

How to write for your business

Whether it’s a report or a leaflet, a blog article or a bid, all business will involve some sort of writing. What you write and how you write is a reflection of your business, so if standing out as professional, clear and competent is what you’re after, read on.