We offer a range of services from speechwriting to coaching.
We write for every occasion: Birthdays, AGMs, Funerals, Weddings, Hustings, Keynotes, TEDTalks and more…
Each speech is unique so we help you identify the key performance indicators that will drive your speech to success. This involves writing for specific audiences, agendas and contexts. Each speech we write is tailored to you and your goals.
As well as writing we offer proofreading and redrafting services.
We coach speakers to help them improve their delivery. We run one to one training programmes as well as group workshops. Whether that is a one off coaching session or a regular training programme, we have it covered.
Coaching is very important if you want your speech to make an impact. A well delivered speech will go a lot further.
Quite often people have a great business plan with great ideas but the wording on their website can let them down. We have helped a range of companies improve their profile by rewriting material on their websites as well as printed literature.
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Having worked with organisations across a broad range of sectors including listed companies, SMEs, NGOs and charities, Ken combines a keen commercial acumen with an ability to distil complex information into a simple and entertaining format. As well as speeches, Ken writes copy for websites, articles and blogs and is passionate about coaching. Ken has a particular interest in assisting speakers in preparing for high school, college or university based presentations and/or speaking engagements. Ken’s style is personable, supportive and honest, seeking to bring out the best in the speaker to create a confident, well-articulated and uniquely personal presentation.
With specialist training in logic, speeches and argumentation Lawrence offers training and assistance in the composition of speeches. Building on his background in Law, wherein he came second in his year from one of the UK’s leading law schools, he currently researches the practice and history of rhetoric. Whilst his research focuses specifically on legal argument through history, Lawrence has also written speeches to be delivered for such a range of audiences as in the academy, in schools and for weddings.
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