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Project Manager job description (3-month Fixed Term Contract with potential to extend)

The company Stratton Craig Ltd – www.strattoncraig.com Job title Project Manager (3-month Fixed Term Contract with potential to extend) About the role at Stratton Craig We are a written communications business. For over 30 years,...

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Integrated report writing

Accounting for the intangibles: the business case for wider value creation.   According to a recent study, integrated report writing is on the rise. 66% of FTSE 100 companies now take a...

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Financial services copywriting: HSBC

HSBCs Together We Thrive: A conscious appraisal of unconscious bias In a recent episode of the ever-popular BBC drama Luther, the embattled inspector shares a powerful thought: “An assumption is something...

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Junior copywriter job description – Bristol office

The Company Stratton Craig Ltd – www.strattoncraig.com Job Title Junior Copywriter Status Permanent/temporary position – we’re willing to be flexible for the right candidate. Start date January 2019 Reporting to Client Service Director Location Bristol, UK About Stratton Craig The right words can...

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Corporate report writers wanted

It’s that time of year again. Here at Stratton Craig we’re gearing up for another busy corporate reporting season. And with new requests coming in thick and fast, we’re looking...

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Bias and balance in the age of mistrust

When building trust among stakeholders is key, how do editorial and comms professionals draw the line between fact, bias, balance, and belief? Censured by Ofcom for providing a platform for...

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#nofilter – Is there such a thing as too much transparency?

These are interesting times for a copywriting agency: another day, another tweetstorm from the leader of the free world. As US President, Donald Trump has become notorious for his unbridled...

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Honestly mistaken: TSB, Paul Pester and trust in a world of selective truth

What is the difference between a truth and a fact? April 2018 saw an IT meltdown leave thousands of TSB customers locked out of their accounts. CEO Paul Pester scrambled to...

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Stop yelling at your readers! There’s a time and a place for exclamation marks

To the untrained eye, punctuation might not seem to have a much of an impact on a piece of writing. Of course, we all know the perils of a misplaced...

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Are acronyms a help or a hindrance? Well that depends…

We see acronyms everywhere in our daily lives and abbreviations such as PIN, DNA and NHS are used so frequently that their meanings have become universally understood (maybe even more...

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