In 2016, I began freelancing for a number of organisations and marketing agencies. I am now the owner of a small copywriting business called Bloom Creative.
We specialise in shaping your brand’s story through creative copywriting and digital solutions. here are just a few examples of my work.
Incredibly, Greenwich Market dates back to the 1700s and has become one of the capital’s most popular attractions.
When you’re self-employed and work from home, you are entitled to claim back some of the running costs of your house.
Rebranding. It’s a tricky topic and one that shouldn’t be taken lightly.
Today, we’re taking a closer look at the reasons why you may wish to rebrand your business.
Hull’s first ever plus size retro reproduction boutique opened on Princes Avenue in early 2016. After their recent refurbishment, there’s a lot more space for rails, as well as a brand new fitting room.
Logos are important.
Forming a crucial part of your brand, these little symbols are often the first point of contact between potential customers and your business.
Tax is becoming digital. There’s no getting around it, whether you’re a freelancer or global corporation.
There are so many great areas to visit in London, each with their own unique offerings and charm. Camden, for instance, is perfect for those who are seeking a fun, fast-paced trip because it’s full of busy market stalls by day and lively pubs and clubs at night.
Your brand’s unique selling point – or USP as it’s frequently shortened to – is crucial in persuading people to buy your services or products.
VAT – short for Value Added Tax – can fill many business owners with dread. However, it’s crucial for you to understand what VAT is and how it affects your company.
Situated just a short walk from Hull train station, in the city’s charming Museum Quarter, the Streetlife Museum of Transport narrates 200 years of automotive and aeronautic history.
Colour is usually the first thing that springs to mind when we start creating a brand identity – and, for a good reason, too.
User Experience (UX) is a principal part of any web or app design.
Determining how your website functions and behaves, a good UX designer creates the most straightforward experience for your customers.
For many people, filing a Self Assessment Tax Return is a daunting task.
We’ve rounded up a few of these errors to ensure you avoid fines or overpaying HMRC.
According to the recent Tech Nation report, the city has become an attractive destination for startups, as well as helping the country to cement its position as the digital capital of Europe.
Shoreditch has always boasted a lively nightlife; once famous for its brothels and theatres, the area is now a fully-fledged hotspot for nightclubs, street art and café culture.
The Making Tax Digital (MTD) initiative aims to implement a fully digital tax system across the UK, making it easier for taxpayers to communicate with HMRC, calculate tax correctly and pay their liabilities on time.
When you step inside 18 Stafford Terrace, you also take a step back in time to the year 1899.
We spoke to Shirley Nicholson, a long-serving former tour guide for Stafford Terrace, to find out the secrets of the fascinating Sambourne family that resided there from 1875.
Bookkeeping can be a breeze when you create a system that works for you and your business.
A powerful brand can not only help you build customer trust and loyalty with your current client base, but also attract new people to your business.
As you pass through the doors of 18 Folgate Street, you’ll feel as if you’ve stumbled back into the eighteenth century.
In short, UI is the art of drawing someone into your design, ensuring that the user actually wants to navigate their way through your product.
We have a lot to thank the British pub for, especially when it comes to national stories and historic tales. They were the meeting places of literary wizards, they inspired novels and were the watering holes for many of our legendary characters.
The Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising is perfect for a memorable family day out. Children will be intrigued by the vibrant packaging of our past, whilst grandparents can reminisce about how life in Britain used to be.
The festive season is fast approaching and London Walks have some exciting tours planned for the next month, and even on Christmas Day itself.
Wednesday 19 September will see Jake Welsh, founder of Manchester-based, award-winning E3 Creative, and scientist Rob Lewis take to the C4DI stage as they discuss design, innovation and creativity.
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