(PRWEB) August 3, 2005
Spelling and grammar mistakes cost British business Â£4 billion every year and 24 per cent of the UK population have literacy problems*. Former Manchester PR consultant Dawn Blake, 40, has launched a national web company aiming to fill a gap in the market. http://www.write4me.co.uk provides anything in written form by drawing the skills of around 100 writers in a variety of specialist fields, including journalism, broadcast, copywriting, comedy, poetry and prose.
Dawn Blake said: "http://www.write4me.co.uk will offer both consumers and businesses the opportunity to tap into the brilliant writing talent available all over the UK. ItÂs a win-win situation for both writers and customers. Writers can fill spare capacity and customers can benefit from the added assurance of quality control and guaranteed deadlines. Also customers pay as they go with no retainers or pressures sales.
"Some companies offer databases for particular kinds of writers but we are the only company to do everything... well anything thatÂs not nasty! For professional communication or a unique gift - you name it. We do wedding speeches, press releases, love poems or web copy."
Although the service is available to companies and consumers alike Blake is convinced that it will be most useful to organisations with fewer marketing resources and smaller budgets. She said:
"Smaller organisations want to find something quickly and easily with a guaranteed competitive price and no further commitment. IÂve often found that smaller they either donÂt know where to go to find a suitable, reliable writer or are intimidated by agencies. For a company trying to present themselves well on a small budget this is the ideal solution."
Note to editors*: Source for data is Royal Mail and Basic Skills Agency June 2005.
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