With what felt like the longest month this year, now that January is out of the way, let’s have a quick look at what A Way With Words was up to:
Young Enterprise 2018
A Way With Words followed Expandly to the 2018 Milton Keynes Young Enterprise trade fair and awards. Writing Expandly’s company profile in the programme, we also produced a follow-up blog providing coverage of the event, which boosted Expandly’s CSR coverage on their website. Well done Expandly for supporting such a great cause and an even bigger well done to all of the budding entrepreneurs that took part.
Your carriage awaits
Newport Pagnell Carnival Court is holding their Carnival Queen and Princess selection evening next month and we were royally pleased to drum up interest with scheduled blogs and social media posts. A huge event in any girl’s life, we’ll be attending the event to support the entrants and to provide full coverage on the website and in the local press. Watch this space to see who the lucky winners are.
When will I, will I be famous?
The day has come for one lucky actor who asked A Way With Words to get her onto Wikipedia. Once the do not even go there source, Wikipedia is now a respected and reliable online encyclopedia and too right — requiring extensive, independent and notable sources and coverage of the person in question, when you’ve made it on Wiki, you’ve made it.
A Way With Words was excited to be involved in a request-for-proposal (RFP) that went perfectly. When producing a request for proposal, spelling, grammar and consistency are key — you just need one word-hot dragon to spot your mistake and you can go from let’s get these guys in to next. This client produced a pitch-perfect RFP that we had the pleasure of proofreading (hello 6am start) and we are pleased to say that we also had the pleasure of joining the team in a celebratory gin (or two) when they were invited in to show how pitch-perfect they really were. Congratulations guys!