At CPLS, we've been serving clients from across the Netherlands for over 25 years. Whereas most text specialists focus exclusively on English-Dutch or Dutch-English translations, we strive to assist clients in every aspect of written communication. Whether you need a new website to promote a spin-off company or a short article to summarise your latest results, we can provide clarity, consistency and credibility in copywriting.
A tailored approach to every publication
As with our translations, CPLS's copywriting focus is on technology and innovation: themes which hold great importance to modern society and breakthroughs which could revolutionise the way we live, such as sustainability, data privacy and automated driving. We tailor our style to the needs of each client, giving a different voice to publications that include project reports, industry magazines and academic newsletters. For a few samples of our recent work, check out the reference pages for ARTEMIS-IA and ITEA.
Bringing conference results to a wider audience
On behalf of our clients, CPLS is present at multiple technology conferences per year. This helps to keep us at the forefront of developments in all sorts of innovative fields, so we'll never be phased by the contents of your brief. In addition to writing on the basis of presentations, workshops and panel discussions, we often conduct interviews to gain extra insights that can take your article to the next level. These interviews also help us to build up long-lasting relationships with our clients, a number of whom we've worked with for ten years or more.
Costs and turnaround
After you contact us by phone, email or app, a copywriting job begins with a discussion of the nature of the product and the deadline you need us to meet. Our hourly rate ranges from €90 to €120 depending on the content and assignment specification. For full-day conference reporting, the day rate for attendance varies between €750 to €900. These rates are only fixed once a quotation is proposed and accepted. Revisions are a recognised part of the process: feedback from the parties involved is incorporated immediately and is an important part of crafting the perfect text.