How do you get the right message across to the right audience? A large part of the answer is good writing. Our experience across all mediums – from ads and videos to blogs, reports and speeches – means that we have the creative mindset, writing skills and business knowledge to help you stand out.


The key to creativity is the ability to look at things anew and make fresh connections. Whether it’s straplines or generating ideas for articles, blogs or video scripts, Lang can help. We combine many years’ experience in corporate communications with strong creative credentials gained in TV and film.


New channels, personalisation and constantly changing markets are increasing demand for carefully crafted and tightly targeted content. That can put pressure on marketing teams and we are here to support you, from developing editorial strategy to creating original content and editing existing material.

We are fortunate to have great clients.

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I always find the sheer variety of our work fascinating: we are currently working on a noise report for (what was) the world's busiest airport, a newsletter for a global vaccine alliance and an email marketing campaign for food industry for a German engineering company

What Boxing Day sales and Chicken Bakes tell us about marketing in 2020

I don’t know about you, but after several days of yelling kids and dozing relatives I needed to cut loose. So I hit the Boxing Day sales for some peace and quiet

Why the King died – telling corporate tales

In any meeting between a client and a creative agency it’s only a matter of time before phrases like ‘telling the story’ or ‘establishing a clear narrative’ come up.

Can a sandwich predict the future?

“Is there no one left in Britain who can make a sandwich?”, asked the Daily Mail after revealing that a food producer was recruiting staff from Hungary rather than closer to home.

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