Best Business English
How to give your communications more clout
Best Business English (BBE) provides expert marketing, editorial, social media, and presentation advice to professional people. These people are both form the UK and non-native English speakers, managers and CEOs. They work in accountancy, agriculture, consultancies, facilities management, health, the media, human resources, and companies serving corporate clients. BBE has the skills and experience to help you make the most of a variety of business communications on many different media platforms.
Pep up your presentations
We have tips on how to prepare and deliver presentations which are authoritative, memorable, powerful, and entertaining. We write scripts for speeches and videos.
Boost your brand online
Use our expertise to improve your blogging, social media, emails and web content.
Make your emails and letters more effective
We show how you can write clear and effective letters and emails, from subject line to signature.
Bring clarity to your documents
These writing and editing services give clarity and purpose to documents – for peer groups, staff and third parties. Precise and accurate presentation of material is crucial.
Nicholas (Nick) Keith MA was educated at Eton College and then Oxford University, where he graduated with a second class honours degree in Modern History. He trained as a journalist, and then worked for 10 years for The Times, where he was Sports Editor, before moving into book and magazine production. From 1990-2013, his work involved B2B publishing: launching or managing some 50 magazines; and producing presentations, speeches and marketing communications for clients such as Eastern Electricity, the International Olympic Committee, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Knight Frank, Sky TV. Recently he was a director/shareholder of a UK marketing company, working for Portsmouth International Port among other clients. Since 2013 he has helped business people, mainly non-native speakers of English, to improve clarity, confidence and good English in all their communications.