copywriting - translation - storytelling


Copywriting is the art of writing compelling texts that persuade your customer to take action – to purchase your product or service, or to get in touch with you.

Writing convincing copy in your native language is challenging enough. Creating content in a foreign language is incredibly difficult.

Imagine being able to give a short outline of what you wish to convey to your customers — in German, naturally — and then receiving sparkling and persuasive text in English for your website, brochure or social media channels.


Translation from German into English by a native English speaker. It makes all the difference. 

We all know that literally translating German into English isn’t the yellow of the egg. It’s important to capture the tone of the text, find alternative wording for idioms, and make the copy sound natural to an English speaker.

And most importantly, a good translation conveys your message without its persuasive power.


People have used stories to communicate for centuries. The reason we know so much about the lives of our ancestors is that they told stories. Gathered around the campfire, clan elders would tell the tales of past battles and brave warriors.

The love of stories didn’t go away when we stopped gathering around the fire. Stories are still an incredibly effective way of communicating, and not only in leisure time.  Corporate storytelling is a way of communicating with the people in and around your company.

Your customers and clients, your employees and your shareholders. Instead of bombarding people with data, presentations and graphs, tell them a story.

Where do you want to reach people?


Even in a digital world, print media remains an important part of content marketing.


A regular newsletter in English to your non-German speaking customers and prospects.


As a global company based in DACH, you need an online presence in the English language


Central to your content marketing strategy is a blog to bring prospects to your website.

How does this work?

From the first contact to the completed text


We discuss your requirements on a short call, or per email.


After we have set the project parameters and deadline, I get to work on the first draft

Completed Text

After incorporating any changes required, I send you the completed text

Contact me

Do you want to impress your prospects with convincing marketing content?

Do you want to stand out from your competitors?

Do you want to win new customers?

If you said ‚yes‘ to any of the above points, then get in touch with me. I look forward to helping you achieve these goals.

I know, we are all told to use these contact forms on our websites. But if, like me, you prefer to email directly, here’s my email address.

You can also contact me on LinkedIn or Twitter