|Thinking Allowed - getting the message across|
|Written by David Brunnen|
|Monday, 03 July 2006 00:00|
From report preparation to syndicated business features, Brochures, Bids and Tenders - our experience even includes a fictional and light-hearted serialised business saga for product placement on behalf of clients.
Our writing and publications provide a central feature of the Groupe Intellex website and include the management commentaries created by Dr Colin Coulson-Thomas – a widely published and acclaimed speaker on strategic business issues. For selected clients we manage RSS Newsfeeds and provide many of the creative capabilities normally associated with PR and Advertising Agencies.
For the UK's Communications Management Association we write editorial copy for trade magazines and other publications. This website includes many of these editorial features and reports. Links to our essays on a wide range of topics are found on websites around the world.
Our writing is informed by direct involvement in science, innovation and the creation of new enterprise. Not suprisingly many of our editorial features challenge established thinking. Most of our communications work is intended to support new projects. We produce balanced, thought-provoking, entertaining but accurate papers and presentations that encourage readers to take a greater interest . Our editorial writing is seen as a hype-free zone.
If your project is complex and needs careful explanation;
then please contact the Groupe Intellex editorial team for an exploratory discussion.
Recent (2013) testimonials:
“David Brunnen’s style editing helped make this book much more readable than when I first wrote it.” Professor Irene Ng, author of ‘Value & Worth: Creating New Markets in the Digital Economy’.
“This [review] is very professionally produced - it looks really good and helpful to readers.” Dr. Colin Coulson-Thomas, Management Researcher and Business Advisor with over 40 publications.
"Thanks for this lovely editorial, written with a truly poetic spirit – something not often found in our line of work". Robert Bell, Co-Founder of the Intelligent Community Form