Clients we work with

We work with three main categories of client. Each calls for a particular cluster of skills and resources.

Museums and cultural institutions – benefit from the assurance of our benchmark editorial skills and the breadth of our international experience and language base. They also value our capacity to work creatively and flexibly, to develop a tailor-made proposal and see it through from inception to public view. Clients in this category include

  • Ashmolean Museum (Oxford, UK)
  • Fitzwilliam Museum (Cambridge, UK)
  • Foundation of the Hellenic World (Athens, Greece)
  • King Abdul Aziz Foundation for Research and Archives
    (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia)
  • Sladmore Gallery (London, UK)

Global corporations and commercial enterprises – value both our practical and our intellectual assets. With our industry expertise in copywriting, editing and proof-reading we deliver fast – for crucial moments offering in-house, 24/7 assistance. Our multilingual team is sensitive to cultural nuance and has expertise in ‘transcreation’ – transcribing a message written in the rationale of one culture to communicate in the rationale of another. Clients in this category include

  • Capgemini (Paris, France)
  • SIAL (Paris, France)
  • Veolia (Paris, France)

Publishing houses, university presses and research institutes – rely on our academic rigour and knowledge of industry-standard requirements in copy-editing, proof-reading and project management. We know, for example, when to use author-title notes and when to use Harvard-style notation, how to tag a manuscript for typesetting and when and when not to raise an author query. Clients in this category include

  • I.B.Tauris (UK)
  • Oxford University Press (UK)
  • Palgrave Macmillan (UK)
  • Pan Macmillan (UK)
  • Universiteit Leiden (Netherlands)
  • Yale University Press (UK)
  • Zentrum Moderner Orient (Germany)

I really appreciate working with Elizabeth. She is on schedule and has a great sense of adaptation to the context. In addition, her accuracy and precision are of a subtle delicacy.

Olivier Foix, Capgemini Ethics & Compliance