Too often, bad writing prevents the communication of information. Bad writing wastes time, money, and effort. At its best, it makes the writer appear inattentive or incompetent. At its worst, bad writing can be legally actionable.
As a writer and editor in the publishing and technical industries, Amy Frushour Kelly grew increasingly frustrated by the lack of communication skills in written business interactions. This lack ran the gamut from objective documents miswritten as sales pitches to glaring errors in basic grammar.
In 2009, Ms. Frushour Kelly began working as a full-time freelance editor and educator, guiding small businesses in creating and maintaining internal documentation standards. In 2013, she founded Frushour Business Communications ("FBC") to provide a greater range of educational, technical, and editorial guidance to small businesses, nonprofit organizations, and corporations.
Over the past two years, FBC has worked with accounting firms, energy corporations, quality management firms, nonprofit organizations, and community groups. FBC now offers a variety of workshops, corporate training, and editorial consulting services.
Contact us here to to book a workshop or learn more about our services.
Amy Frushour Kelly has over two decades of experience as a writer, editor, and educator. She is a member of the American Copy Editors Society and the Society for Technical Communication. She lives with her family in Mineola, New York.