Brand voice crafter and wordsmith extraordinaire

I’m pretty crazy about words.

And one of my favourite places to use them is on stage in front of people I can persuade to feel the same!

So whether it’s about the ins and outs of brand voice, the make-or-break power of language in business and selling, or my positively evangelistic rantings about content creation in digital projects, you’ll often find me speaking at some kind of Meetup, conference, or networking event.

Catch me in real life

How to find your brand voice

Coventry – 4 April 2019

When you pay more attention to the content of your marketing than the language you use to share it, chances are high that the way your business sounds is at odds with how you want to come across. Which means you could be putting people off from the moment they land on your website, read your blog, or pick up your leaflet. Want to fix that? Come join me as I unpack what on earth this ‘brand voice’ stuff is all about and give you practical tips on how to go about getting one.

Standing out online with a unique and compelling brand voice

Brighton – 12 April 2019

SEO savvy is great – but we’ve also got to know how to create content that human beings will actually be keen to read and respond to once Google shows them it exists. So come along to my session at BrightonSEO to uncover just how your business can go about crafting a unique brand voice, so more people will be inspired by the personality behind your content and be compelled to buy into what you’re selling.

How to find your brand voice

Swindon – 8 May 2019

Whether it’s on your website, in an email or blog, on a flyer, or in a Tweet, your writing is communicating something about who your company is. So at the Women’s Business Club meetup in Swindon I’ll be helping you begin to find your brand voice, making sure the language your business uses is both unique and compelling and inspiring more people to say yes to what you’re offering.

How to find your brand voice

Bristol – 14 May 2019

Come join me at Bristol’s Girl Tribe Gang meetup as I unpack what this ‘brand voice’ stuff is all about and how you go about getting one. Merrily throwing marketing jargon out of the window and keeping things simple, interactive, and fun, I’ll be offering you an inspiring and practical guide to shaping the language your business uses, so that through it people get a better sense of who you are and what you have to offer – and actually want to engage with you.

How to find your brand voice

Gloucester – 15 May 2019

Whether it’s on your website, in an email or blog, on a flyer, or in a Tweet, your writing is communicating something about who your company is. So at the Women’s Business Club meetup in Gloucester I’ll be helping you begin to find your brand voice, making sure the language your business uses is both unique and compelling and inspiring more people to say yes to what you’re offering.

Stand out online with a unique and compelling brand voice

Tallinn, Estonia – 13-15 June 2019

There’s a lot of advice out there about how to create great marketing content. But do you want to go beyond simply writing generically ‘good’ blogs, ad campaigns, sales emails, and landing pages? Are you ready to learn how to use language in a more unique and compelling way, showcasing your organisation’s specific brand and personality and allowing you to connect emotionally with potential customers? If so, my session at Elite Camp 2019 is for you!

How to find your brand voice

Windsor – 18 June 2019

Come join me at Windsor and Maidenhead’s Girl Tribe Gang meetup as I unpack what this ‘brand voice’ stuff is all about and how you go about getting one. Merrily throwing marketing jargon out of the window and keeping things simple, interactive, and fun, I’ll be offering you an inspiring and practical guide to shaping the language your business uses, so that through it people get a better sense of who you are and what you have to offer – and actually want to engage with you.

Deploy the joy

Think I’d be a great fit for your event or conference?

Just get in touch to ask about the topics I speak on and how we could develop a talk that fits your context.

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