Editing for Business is an extension of Cambridge Language Consultants (CLC), a company that specialises in providing services pertaining to English language and consulting regarding the clear, logical expression of ideas. CLC originally incorporated in Cambridge, England in 1993 as Cambridge ESP Consultants, with a view to serving large corporations and banks. At that time, the company's area of operation was mainly South Korea. In 1999, the company changed its name to Cambridge Language Consultants and introduced a modified set of services. Now, CLC's clients are individuals in the academic and corporate environments who require specialised, high-quality, and reliable services in editing and consulting regarding the logical expression of ideas.
CLC is now a truly international organisation. We provide a worldwide proofreading and editing service, with experienced editors drawn from a number of English-speaking countries.
Editing for Business applies the basic concept of CLC to documents in business management, finance, and accounting.
We are pleased to include affiliates of the following institutions among our past and present clients:
All our editors hold a PhD in a mainstream academic discipline and are knowledgeable in the fields of business management, finance, and accounting. All have functioned effectively in the academic and corporate worlds and have vast experience of proofreading and editing documents in a wide variety of subjects.
The Owner, Steve Mitchell, is a civil engineer and an earth/environmental scientist. In 1998 he gained a PhD from the University of Birmingham in the field of sediment transport in estuaries. After that he worked for a short time as a consulting engineer and scientist before taking up a permanent post as a lecturer and now works at the University of Portsmouth, UK. He is the lead author of over 50 papers in the field of environmental and earth sciences, and is a member of the editorial board of the Journal Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, also acting as a reviewer for journal papers in this and other journals. He is a Chartered engineer and a member of the British Institution of Civil Engineers. He currently does research in and lectures on estuarine science, sustainability, and the relationships between business, ethics, finance and engineering.
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