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“It’s a huge task to take in-depth research and turn it into a compelling report.”

Ross Ballantyne

Head of Marketing – Corporate Solutions, APAC, JLL

“We really appreciated Editor Group’s ability to understand our source material and come back with a document that was clear, concise and accurate first time around.”

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We write to meet your sales, marketing, communications and compliance needs.


Our team can transform your draft copy to make it clear, succinct and delightful to read.


Let us check your work for writing and factual errors, poor expression and more.


Our expert indexers provide a roadmap to your reports, books and other large documents.


We provide workshops, coaching and software to help you write well and on brand.

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Let us help you set the rules on  how to write for your business or agency.


We’re the Asia Pacific partner for Acrolinx, the powerful AI-powered editing platform.

“The fact we use them year on year is indicative of the quality of their work and solid understanding of government.”
“I appreciate the time and effort Editor Group has put into helping us publish a clear and concise State of the NSW Public Sector Report. They’re also a pleasure to work with!”
Siobhan Brahe

Principal Adviser, Diversity and Inclusion Practice, NSW Public Service Commission

We create

Almost anything that your organisation might need to write or edit, including:

Almost anything that your organisation might need to write or edit, including ads, annual reports, articles and blogs, brochures, case studies, emails and letters, media releases, newsletters, prospectuses, research reports, speeches, tenders and proposals, videos and audio scripts, websites and whitepapers.

We think

How to write a media release that won’t go straight to junk

How to write a media release that won’t go straight to junk

The classic media release format is still going strong. And thanks to email and social media, it doesn’t take an expert to get one out. But the low cost of issuing a press release means there’s more competition than ever. Here’s how to write one journalists will want to publish.

How do I become a proofreader?

How do I become a proofreader?

We sometimes say proofreaders are born not made, but of course that’s not entirely true. Whether you have a natural inclination to proofread or have developed an interest in it somewhere along the way, here are some practical steps you can take to turn your pedantic passion project into a productive professional pursuit.

We help

Business and government clients in Australia, Singapore, the US and elsewhere worldwide.
We have worked with many leading organisations, including:

“Much as Augustus did to Rome, you found our text a city of bricks, and left it as a city of marble.”
Chris Richardson

Lead Partner, Deloitte Access Economics

We are

A team of outstanding writers and editors based in Sydney, Singapore and New York.

Grant Butler

Grant Butler

Founder & Director

Grant started Editor Group in 1998 after working as a senior journalist with The Australian Financial Review.

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Lesley Lopes

Lesley Lopes

Managing Editor

Lesley leads our team and has extensive experience as an editor with media and business organisations.

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