One of my favorite parts of this job is writing about the growth targets Copylab continues to meet and surpass, especially as it relates to our global expansion. That’s why I’m pleased to announce the appointment of Simon Lints as managing director of Copylab Asia and...
News from Copylab HQ.
The theme of today’s International Women’s Day is #choosetochallenge. Nowhere is that sentiment more appropriate than in finance. A tonne of progress has been made since I started Copylab in 2005. But there’s more to do.
I’m pleased to announce that I have appointed John D Connolly as the new CEO of the Copylab group. John took over from me on 1 January 2021, having led the North American division of Copylab successfully in the past five years.
Four months, countless Zoom training sessions, and Copylab’s first online internship later, we are proud to welcome our newest additions to the Glasgow investment writing team: Georgina Hodges and Alex Webb.
Now home to 20 of the 25 largest financial services firms globally, the country in many respects is barely recognisable from the Ireland of the late 80s and early 90s when the IFSC was in its infancy. It punches well above its weight through a combination of a highly educated work-force, a good quality of life, a pro-business regulatory and fiscal regime, and an English-speaking, common law legal infrastructure.
It is also noteworthy that Ireland will soon become the only English-speaking member of the European Union. In that regard, a recent EY report noted that some 29 financial services companies have relocated staff or services from London to Dublin as a result of Brexit, making Dublin the most popular relocation site for the sector, ahead of both Luxembourg (25) and Frankfurt (24).
We're delighted to announce that Copylab has appointed Simon Lints as a Strategic Adviser based in Singapore. Reporting to Copylab founder Ross Hunter, Simon is joining us to help develop our business across the Asia Pacific region. He will play a critical role in...
They say that the first casualty of war, or indeed any major crisis, is the truth. That may be so, but one of the first hostages is language.
Of particular interest to us as writers is the gradual takeover of the language used in relation to coronavirus – ‘language infiltration’, if you like – as a new lexicon develops to verbally frame the crisis.
COVID-19 is unquestionably a major problem. For those it's affected personally, its impact has been huge and, in numerous tragic cases, incalculable. For people looking to travel, it's thrown their plans into disarray. The world of commerce is reeling too, suffering...
Previously perceived as exotic backpacker destinations, promoted and made accessible by publications such as the ubiquitous ‘Lonely Planet Guide’, the likes of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos have moved on. Once viewed as sleepy and rural, they are increasingly becoming vibrant, dynamic and safer places to do business.
High Grade English To Chinese Copywriting Services Today, Copylab has signed a memorandum of understanding with a Chinese communications agency with a commitment to incorporate a joint venture in six months. This is a huge step for Copylab that will enable our...