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It’s hard to believe that 2022 is over and, while it was the first year to feel more ‘normal’ following the pandemic, it was also a time of flux, both for Accuracy Matters and across the business world…
“Teamwork makes the dream work,” said John C. Maxwell. We’re all familiar with this quote, but did you know that the second part of the sentence reads “but a vision becomes a nightmare when the leader has a big dream and a bad team”…
We’re immensely proud of our work for nongovernmental and intergovernmental organisations. Whether it’s improving education for children in sub-Saharan Africa, analysing school feeding programmes in Myanmar, or promoting democracy and human rights across the world, there’s always a sense of achievement and tangible impact to the work that we’re supporting.
As well as delivering editorial services for a wide range of clients from huge communications agencies to smaller NGOs and charities, at Accuracy Matters we also want to make sure we have a framework in place which helps to promote equality in business. After all, equality matters too.
And so, we come to the end of another year – is it a cliché to say that it flew past? I do feel as if I blinked in March and then ended up here in December.
We’re not ones to gossip but we do like to listen to what other people have to say. Especially what you – our clients and customers – have to say about us.
We’ve had another bumper year – with ten new clients on our books, a wide range of projects from McDonald’s Happy Meal packaging to the Report of the Gosport Independent Panel and a big software switchover which caused me a few headaches!
I did a day in house for one of our clients recently – they’re a contract publisher, producing a variety of communications on behalf of their clients, and it suits the way they do things for us to proofread their material on site. It works for us, too.
John and I both had car trouble last week. His stopped working completely; mine started gushing oil in the middle of its MOT. Happy days. So we spent quite a bit of time sympathising with each other over our respective motor woes.