Martin P Wilson


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Business Writing to Enhance Brand Image

Business_Writing_for_Enhanced_ImageMartin P Wilson is offering a new service that combines his extensive business experience with his professional writing skills. Let Martin take the burden of producing professional written work for your business that enhances your style.

Many business people do not enjoy writing and it often shows in the results. Martin can produce work on a wide range of business related matters that fit the corporate or brand "voice".  Martin writes extensively on a variety of topics , examples of his popular and professional articles are:

  • On Martin P Wilson as M-dash UK for personal, self-improvement and general writing
  • At the online magazine Suite101. Martin is contracted Feature Writer for Reference Books and writes on an eclectic mix of topics.
  • Here on Solidus where he writes in a more formal professional style.

Wide Range of Writing Styles

Martin can combine consultancy input with writing skills for creating formal documents. Martin has directed or produced many of these for clients over a thirty-year career as a consultant. They include such documents as:
  • Business Case, strategies and Plans,
  • Proposals and Expressions of Interest,
  • Applications for trust and other special status e.g. NHS Trust status

However, Martin can contribute in a variety of ways for other written work such as:

  • Brochures and other marketing material,
  • Technical and Business White Papers,
  • Regular column for in-house magazines or trade journals,
  • Articles or regular blog pieces for corporate web sites using search engine optimisation to encourage visitor traffic.

Well Research and Accurate Publications and Communications

Apart from the actual writing, Martin can provide article ideas and conduct the research needed to ensure that the work is accurate and reflects current knowledge. Martin can assist with publ;ic relations and getting articles and press releases published. Martin has had items from letters to regular columns published in a wide range of media, the brief credit list below demonstrate how Martin can adjust his writing style to match the needs of diverse publications and audiences.

  • Financial Times,
  • Management Today,
  • Harvard Business Review
  • European Government Journal
  • Your Business
  • Many consumer magazines and newspapers.

Martin is also the author of three books published by major publishers and the Information Edge went into a Chinese language edition. Martin P Wilson has more detailed biographies for his writing and his professional consulting careers.


Martin Wilson and Solidus will shortly be introducing a new micro-site for the business writing service that will keep potential and existing clients up to date with our work.

Share the burden. For accurate and grammatically correct writing that is free of jargon and matches your brand "voice" to enhace your image e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call him on +44 (0) 7831 410 801.


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