Scale up for the short term.
A big project is on the horizon. Your internal resources are already stretched, or they simply don’t have the copywriting expertise. And a new hire doesn’t make business sense.
When you’re under the spotlight to turnaround a flagship project, you need confidence that the people dedicated to the task will get it right. That is what our specialist writers and content strategists promise. We’ll put the right expertise in place to strengthen your team for your next priority.Get in touch
An extra edge
Tap into our network and you’ll have expertise on everything from content strategy to annual report writing to tone of voice. We’re thinkers as well as doers. And when we open the door to our specialists, we can open your eyes to the best way to deliver on your strategy.
What you can expect
Whether you need one person or a team, you’ll work with experts who have the channel experience and understanding of your sector to deliver on your briefs. It’s simple. Specialists come as standard.
“With Stratton Craig’s support, we published our first ESG report. Our teams across the world have long been focused on doing the right thing, and Stratton Craig helped us to collate a huge range of information and activity into a compelling narrative that brings to life all of that great work.”
How it works
It starts with asking all the right questions to understand your project. We get to know your messages, brand and processes, putting ourselves a step ahead to shape expertise around your framework. We’re scalable and agile, so we can mobilise a team quickly to meet fast turnarounds.
With the right expertise briefed for the project, we’ll be ready to get started when you are. Our process is based on your outcomes. Where it makes sense, we’ll build in time for interviews, phases, outlines, and interim feedback.
Our account managers will make sure everything is on brief and on track for your timelines, supported by a proofreader to protect quality. And where it makes sense, you’ll also have a dedicated project coordinator to bring moving parts together.