Reports, documents, tenders, proposals… Communication, both internal and external, is the lifeblood of corporate enterprise – and you can be sure it’s all going to be examined critically on every side.
Corporate communication is often unfairly accused of having too much jargon, when some ‘jargon’ is not only technically necessary but also forms part of enterprise’s culture. At the same time, business communication directed at the general public is often in need of extensive ‘humanising’.
The Wordsmith solution
Corporate language must retain a certain polish while still communicating effectively.
A good corporate English editor will know how to balance conflicting requirements and respect the style of the original text while ensuring consistency and bringing to bear a fresh perspective on ‘getting the message across’.