Andrew Hyde Business Communications


What are your business needs?

briefcaseDo you need help on a specific project? Perhaps you need new marketing literature, or help with your press releases. Or you know that you need to overhaul your web site – but you just haven’t had the time or the skills to do this in-house?

Do you need help to bring your proposal document together in response to a customer ITT, working to a tight deadline: including nights and weekends if necessary? Perhaps you are attending a conference or an event and just need someone to make it all happen for you. Then again, do you simply need someone to cover for staff absence, who can get up to speed quickly and work with your existing team on a number of projects?

I have extensive experience in all these situations. Whatever you need, if you need focused, direct and straightforward communication with your customers, I can help you.

Why not get in touch and find out more?

Advertising copy

How can you best combine imagery and copy in an ad that will grab your audience’s attention, without the expense of hiring a big agency?

Bid writing

Your proposal must clearly convey your proposition, comply with the customer’s requirements and open up a conversation with them. It’s a big task.

Exhibitions and events

Attending the right event can make a real difference to brand awareness and lead generation, but it must be managed well to deliver results.

Interim management

Do you need someone who can hit the ground running, driving various projects forward while you look for a new permanent recruit?

Marketing collateral

Effective literature must stress customer benefit: using plain English and jettisoning the jargon to make the reader want to learn more.

Online content

Does your website engage, inform and inspire your audience – or is it just an online sales pitch? Is it time you took another look?

Proposal ‘boilerplate’

Does critical information for a proposal never seem to be at hand when needed? Are you always having to sharpen your pencil and start afresh?


The trade press are now as important as ever, both online and in print. Only relevant and engaging news will gain their attention.