Why choose us?

It’s a good question. We’ve got some good answers

We named our company Content because it signifies what we offer, how our clients respond to our work, and how we feel about delivering it.

Our work meets the brief, takes the weight off clients’ shoulders and leaves them delighted with the results.

We achieve this because:

We are extremely good at what we do
Rebecca has been writing and editing professionally for more than 25 years and is a trained journalist and Cambridge University English graduate.

We understand business
Having worked for leading companies across virtually all sectors, we understand commerce and the challenges faced by in-house and agency communications teams.

We know how integrated communications work
We have worked with communications professionals in all disciplines, both in-house and agency-side. This means we fit seamlessly into new or existing teams and, if required, are always happy to put clients in touch with other specialists.

We care about what we do
We always want to do well by our clients: we care about their reputation as much as we do about ours. This is partly professional pride, partly personal ethics. Doing a good job really matters to us.

Of course, you might expect us to fly the flag for Content. So, here are some of the things our clients say:

“I have known Rebecca for several years and had the pleasure to work with her on various different projects. I appreciate her professionalism and her creativity. She has good business sense and understands complex topics very easily and rapidly.”

Rudi Boehlke, EY

“Rebecca has an extraordinary ability to digest and distil large volumes of complex information and produce a clear narrative. Her input to the GSK Annual Report over the last six years has been invaluable. She is extremely reliable and a pleasure to work with.”

Sarah Dyson, GSK

“Rebecca is a highly experienced writer/editor who’s as adept at producing content strategies as she is at crafting engaging copy.”

Neil Atkinson, Unilever

If any of this strikes a chord, do get in touch. We’d very much like to hear from you.