Who we are?

Make it Write develops content for corporates and start-ups with a sharp focus on the objectives, context and the message of our clients. We work with clients across sectors and produce content for print and digital and mobile platforms. 

Make it Write follows a content development process that is professional, insightful, and rigorous. 

Focused research; adequate information gathering and knowledge transfer; design advisory; engaging story telling; and detailed copyediting are all part of our process. We are able to extend this expertise to each client's requirement because of a cumulative experience of 20 years in communications, content development, business journalism, human resources & project management. 

ServicesOur experience in content development across sectors includes: 

  • Editing Services

  • Newsletters

  • Thought leadership articles

  • Publications

  • Communications workshops

  • Corporate Websites

Published PostsSamples of work done over the years in business journalism and corporate communications

    2020 made organisations realise the criticality of cybersecurity. Going forward, it’s role will only get more crucial 

    VIVEK CHAAND SEHGAL HAD TO steel himself against more than the brisk chill of a spring morning as he approached the Visiocorp cafeteria in Hampshire, Britain: Waiting inside were 4,000 employees, a mi[...]

    As the US investment banking empire falls, recruitment analysts say, the future of the possibly scathed Indian employees may not be daunting after all. The top four investment banks employ approximat[...]


Book ReviewsA collection of book reviews

    Chris Patten is an apt author for a book on the dark and bright side of globalisation, having served as the Last Governor of Hong Kong (from 1992 to 1997), a society, which he describes as liberal but[...]

    If you have zero financial intelligence ('the mental process via which we solve our financial problems') do read this book. If your financial intelligence is top notch definitely read this book. And i[...]

    Every once in a while, one is lucky to read a book that strikes a personal chord. In my case City of Djinns does for a very simple reason. The start of William Dalrymple's 11 months when he lived in D[...]


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