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The right words can help you to change the world
Whether you have a game-changing idea or want to keep your brand ahead of the competition, we can help your company to energise investors, inspire your team and attract the next generation of talent. That’s what we specialise in. Our expert technology copywriters can help create an inspiring narrative that keeps your brand, product or service on the lips of investors and consumers alike.
It’s no secret that technology companies can struggle to keep hold of talent. It’s a pitfall of being part of a sector that’s pulsating with fresh ideas and opportunities. With the help of our expert tech copywriters, we can help you forge meaningful connections with your workforce that keep them committed and engaged.
The future of technology is incredibly exciting. Whether it’s self-driving cars, cryptocurrency or Human AI, the sector is changing the face of the future. But rapid change can be challenging to some. There is still work to do in settling anxieties about the role of technology in our everyday lives – from privacy concerns to automation and artificial intelligence. Whatever tech space you’re operating in, having an effective communications strategy can help keep the public on your side.
With the help of our industry experts, you can focus on changing the world while we find the right words to tell your story. We are specialists in crafting coherent evidence-based narratives that get to the essence of what you do
Colm is a senior technology copywriter here at Stratton Craig. Before joining us, he worked as an editor of a cryptocurrency and blockchain news site, where he tackled a range of technology topics and interviewed industry leaders from IBM and Mastercard.
Colm and the team have a huge amount of specialist experience in tech writing. Together, we have helped large clients like SONY, Intel and Cisco to design communications strategies that deliver results.
Our specialist technology writers have provided a range of services to different players in the technology industry. These include:
– Tone of voice guidelines for technology companies
– Corporate responsibility reports
– Direct mail campaigns
– Point of sale materials for the shop floor
– Business catalogues and case studies