When Walker Wylie Estate Agents decided to change strategy with our marketing, we interviewed loads of potential people to help drive our business forward. Whilst we were impressed with many of them, we knew almost instantly that Emma Cram was the person we wanted to work with. Her passion, ideas and work ethic has been nothing short of phenomenal and we would have no hesitation in recommending her services to family, friends or clients.
Barry Walker | Director | Walker Wylie Estate Agents
Emma has provided excellent support to our business as we've grown over the past year. Delivering sensible and effective marketing advice as well as much needed practical support, Emma exceeded our requirements. We'll definitely work with her again in the future.
Jonathan French | Commercial Manager | Impact
Working with Emma is always a pleasure. I can go to her with unbelievably dry topics for her to write about and she always makes them interesting and easy to understand through her creative and informative copywriting style.
Moreover, Emma is fantastic at working to tight deadlines; on more than one occasion, I've asked her to produce copy for me at short notice and she always delivers.
If you're looking for a business savvy copywriter who can produce error-free copy on any topic or industry and can work to super-tight timescales, I couldn't recommend Emma highly enough.
Graeme Geddes | Account Manager | Fore Digital
Emma is creative, knowledgeable, efficient and thorough. She takes the pressure off our team with her sensible advice and hands-on approach. She is a pleasure to work with.
Lesley McAteer | McAteer Photograph
Emma provided a very professional service for the launch of Snowsport Scotlands new membership scheme. She worked within the very tight timescales required and pulled together the disparate components of the campaign to provide a modern and integrated product.
Keith Russell | Interim CEO | Snowsport Scotland
"Emma did a great job in copy-editing the youth advocacy toolkit she worked on for Restless Development and Plan UK. She took into account the audience – young people from around the world – but still doing justice to the complexities and the technical language needed on the topic. She suggested new titles and subheadings that worked better and were more engaging than the original text, and also managed to get the word count down from what was already a heavily shortened version. Further, deliverables were shared in time, often even ahead of the deadline we had agreed, and feedback was well incorporated and taken into account."
Joke Lannoye | Global Advocacy Manager | Restless Development