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Cashing in on editing skills

Former journalist David Quin has set up an editing and proofreading service with the twin aims of helping companies to communicate more clearly and save money.

11th February, 2006

Former journalist David Quin has set up an editing and proofreading service with the twin aims of helping companies to communicate more clearly and save money.

Quin worked as a journalist for 20 years before being appointed director of the Masters in Journalism programme at Dublin Institute of Technology in 1998. Quin has also worked as a consultant for financial services firms and for a BBC project for improving journalistic standards.

He founded SwiftEditing four months ago...

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