Process Industry Forum

Proving that Simon Grant Comms is far from a one-trick-pony, Simon has penned regular articles for online engineering experts, Process Industry Forum.

PIF LogoAs part of this exciting collaboration Simon has written about everything from the launch of the new Google Hummingbird search algorithm, to virtual exhibitions, trade fair survival guides, the engineering gender divide and modular diaphragm valves (no, he didn’t know what they were either initially but that’s the wonderfully diverse nature of freelance copywriting!).

Rachel Kirkwood-Wilson, Director at Process Industry Forum said: “Working with Simon Grant Comms has proven invaluable for us. Simon is a very adaptable and talented writer and is always willing to go the extra mile. Not only does he interpret and deliver briefs to the highest standards, he also offers editorial ideas and advice, which we find extremely valuable.”

Process Industry Forum (PIF) is about improving the online effectiveness of how the Process Industry communicates and engages with its various stakeholders through global connectivity and the sharing of technical solutions and information.

Rachel adds: “Our success is dependent on generating high quality, original content and Simon’s expertise has really helped us to drive forward with our ambitions. So much so, he has quickly become a key member of our editorial team. I would certainly recommend Simon Grant Comms to any business seeking a professional and polished copywriter to add value to their marketing mix.”

PIF encourages open and free dialogue between industry technical experts, designers, operational and maintenance communities, manufacturers, consultants and industry thought leaders.

It also offers it’s global following of readers a “Solution Centre” style forum (with direct access to over 100 technical experts); solution-driven articles; thought leadership articles; handy tricks and tips; white papers; industry event calendars; a “who’s who” industry directory; and comprehensive job pages.

For more information visit Process Industry Forum.