Professional proofreaders in Australia you can trust
Have you ever re-read an important business document only to see a blatant error, then held your head in your hands in despair because it was too late to fix?
Everyone’s been there. Spelling and grammar mistakes are easy to make and difficult to spot. A single mistake can cost a company thousands of dollars and damage its reputation. It’s also well documented that customers don’t trust organisations who have errors in their written communications.
Our proofreading clients include some of Australia’s most recognised brands.
Why you need a professional proofreader
Think of our proofreading skills as extra insurance for your brand: it’s your investment in ensuring your document is the best it can be – free of typos, inconsistencies and other errors.
Our skilled, experienced proofreaders will give your document an exacting, precise proofread that meets the highest standards.
Proofreading is a specialist skill that comes from years of experience; in our case, since 2000. From documents with 10 pages through to 600, often with complex and sophisticated content, the business materials we proofread have one thing in common: they are significant to our clients’ businesses.
While our eye for detail may drive some people mad, we know what to look for. Our editors and proofreaders can spot a typo at 20 paces. We have seen every mistake there is, often finding what others before us have missed, saving our clients money in reprint costs in the process.
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Proof Communications is trusted by big companies
- Origin Energy
- ABC Shops
- EY (Ernst & Young)
- NSW Department of Primary Industries
- Herbert Smith Freehills
- Allens Linklaters
- Zurich Insurance
- Sydney Water
- Konica Minolta
- Crowe Horwath
- Gloucester Coal
- Wilson HTM
- Hunt & Hunt lawyers
- Macquarie Advisors
Well known names from the world of business, including listed companies, call on our professional proofreading expertise, why not contact Proof Communications for your proofreading today.