Professional Editing & Proofreading Service

Native English Editing & Proofreading

Clients include Fortune 500 companies, start-ups and leading scientific and educational journals; we can manage your content, provide editorial services on various levels from simple proofreading to line editing and more.

Academic Editing and proofreading of theses, white papers, and PhD research papers;

Editing amd Proofreading Manuals;

Copywriting;

Article Writing;

Blog Writing and blog management on Wordpress and other major blogging platforms.

 

Grant Writing, Project Business Plans, White Papers, and Policy Papers

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Content design is a way of thinking. It’s about using data and evidence to give the audience what they need, at the time they need it and in a way they expect.

The competition is intense…

for grant proposals and The Write Writing is here to assist you to stand out from the crowd when it comes to your grant or funding proposal. We specialise in researching and developing grant and funding proposals from inception to post grant assistance with comprehensive documentation for your proposal and business which follows specific grant and funding RFP requirements. We work with you, the client, and evaluate your proposal, write the final paper for submission, and assist with post-submission (additions, deletions, and other details).

We specialise in…

  • Grant Funding Proposals

  • Research Papers (especially financial and economic including projections and analyses)

  • White Papers

  • Government Policy and Strategy Papers

  • Speech Writing for your corporate events and conferences

  • Start-up pitches for venture capital or angel investors

Competitive Pricing…

Our pricing will reflect the needs of small businesses (SMEs) and start-ups and we are open to discussing combination payment plans which have a success fee component. Usually, our writing plans are either based upon a daily fee and, or a job fee and often a success fee component.

Or call us now: +36304788988 for urgent assistance with your project.


We work this way for a number of reasons, and as the ProCopyWriters Association states, projects may include our assistance with the following:

  • Briefing. The copywriter may need to help the client develop the brief before work can begin. This is not necessarily undesirable, but it does need to be acknowledged and charged for when appropriate

  • Planning and strategy. The project may need to be carefully planned before writing begins. For example, a website might need to be structured before content can be developed, or an ad campaign might need its strategy to be clarified before creative work can start

  • Creativity. The project may require significant time to be spent developing creative ideas as well as writing. For example, an advertising slogan or product name may not take long to ‘write’, but generating options and choosing the right one is a major undertaking

  • Complexity. The subject may be highly technical or otherwise difficult to get to grips with, and/or the copywriter may be unfamiliar with it

  • Relative importance. The client may advise that, based on its importance to their business, the project requires a higher (or lower) level of input from the copywriter than usual.

  • Relative prominence. Some aspects of a project may require a higher level of input than others, because the copy produced will receive more attention. For example, the home page of a website may merit more effort than lower-level information pages

  • Amendments, revisions and working versions. An unusually high level of amends may be expected, and/or the content may be expected to go through many working versions before approval. This may be due to the nature of the topic, the number of people involved in the project or other factors. The copywriter may stipulate the level of amendments covered by their price

  • Alternative versions. The copywriter may be required to generate two or more alternative versions of a piece of text, of which only one will be approved and used

  • Research. The copywriter may need to obtain source material in order to complete the writing, whether through interviews, online research or other methods

  • Meetings. The copywriter may need to travel and meet the client face to face. Some copywriters may accept meetings as an overhead, but others will include a charge for meeting time, or charge for meetings separately

  • Third-party liaison. The copywriter may need to brief, be briefed by or collaborate with other people involved with the project – designers, web developers, PR agencies and so on

  • Other auxiliary tasks. The project may include other tasks outside writing, such as image selection, uploading content and so on

  • Bulk and/or regular orders. The project may be very large, and/or the client may be offering a recurring assignment (such as regular blog posts), and the copywriter may discount on that basis. Note that discounts should be agreed on actual named and confirmed projects, not on the vague promise of ‘work in the pipeline’

  • Unusual working methods. The copywriter may be required to work in an unusual way, such as editing text in page layouts

  • SEO. A website project may include keyword research, SEO writing and/or developing META tags in addition to ‘normal’ web copywriting.”

Contact a Grant Writer and Editor now to discuss your requirements and needs…