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Education, News

It’s all about dogs!

I'm really excited and honoured to be working with Paws2Rescue to help develop educational materials for use with children in Romania. The charity supports private shelters in Romania to help relieve the plight of the thousands of dogs without homes. They provide food, bedding and raise funds for veterinary care and run education and neutering… Continue reading It’s all about dogs!

Education, News

Making an impact! Galgo education

There is something very satisfying when you see your work in action! This week Greyhounds in Need received some fantastic pictures of children in Spain creating galgo puppets and masks from the resources we developed for their education website. The resources we create are designed to be used by teachers in schools, or by the volunteers… Continue reading Making an impact! Galgo education

Copywriting, News

Super teamwork!

I've been working with Super Developments for about 9 months now! They are an awesome team that specialises in CRM for property businesses. Boring you say? It most definitely isn't! If you know nothing about CRM then basically its client relationship management - what the super team at Super Developments (SD) have done is taken… Continue reading Super teamwork!

Education, Marketing & promotion, News

Help promote us! | Greyhounds In Need

I'm working with Greyhounds in Need to raise awareness of the education programme and drive visitors to the education website. The latest creation is these 'website buttons', which we hope shelters in Spain and their supporters will use on their websites to link to the education.greyhoundsinneed.co.uk Source: Help promote us! | Greyhounds In Need

Copywriting, News

3,600 sentences…

It's great when I can combine my copywriting and education expertise. A recent project for SumDog had me creating sentences for use in their spelling games. Have you ever tried writing simple sentences for an age range of 6-10 years, with a UK and USA audience? I was pretty good it turns out... "Sam has… Continue reading 3,600 sentences…