New Copyediting Business Focuses on Non-Native English Speaking Students

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Growing international student population in United States creates niche market for Antosch Academic Copyediting, a new copyediting business for non-native English speakers.

According to a 2010 Institute of International Education study, the number of international students in the United States increased by 2.9 percent in the 2009-10 school year. This rise in population has created a niche market that Antosch Academic Copyediting fully supports with its new copyediting business for non-native English speakers. The company approaches the market with the understanding that writing is a difficult task and can be especially challenging for people who don’t natively speak, or write, in English.

“As the son of a university professor, I have known and interacted with international students and professors since childhood. As a student, I served as a conversation partner for newly arrived Chinese and South Korean graduate students,” Michael Antosch, CEO of Antosch Academic Copyediting said. “It was also during this time that I began copyediting scientific research papers, ranging from term papers to Master’s theses to scientific journal articles. It's exciting to have the opportunity to start a business directly incorporating skills that I’ve spent my entire life developing.”

The business provides editing, proofreading and advice on a variety of written materials including college admission essays, term papers, thesis and dissertation papers and research or grant proposals. Reasonable rates - less than $100 for small term papers – quick turnaround time and expertise in an emerging market puts Antosch in a position to become a front runner in content editing.

About Antosch Academic Copyediting:

Antosch Academic Copyediting was founded in 2011 to offer clear, high-quality copyediting services to non-native English speakers. Our founder, Michael Antosch graduated from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Minor in Professional Writing.


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