- by Vipul K.
- Posted: 11 Nov 2019
- by Nick S.
- Posted: 20 Jun 2016
- by Burhanuddin U.
- Posted: 7 Jun 2016
- by Katie S.
- Posted: 22 Jan 2016
Katie S.Poole, GB
The project was delivered a week late and multiple amendments were required. Final version was good (but very late).
He knows a lot about the industry but must work on his attitude and professionalism.
Honesty isn't Katie's strong point as (a) she incorrectly described an assignment that required detailed technical knowledge of fire safety procedures and legislation - as well as building site regulation, as 'entry-level'; and (b) lied that delivery was a week late when the correspondence shows even the corrections to a press release (the only of 3 assignments for which she requested so called "amendments" that actually involved producing something completely different) was delivered 2 days after her own deadline for initial drafts. Indeed, her shoddy business model which involves underselling PR services, ripping off writers with insulting budgets, and then posting dishonest reviews, is truly disgusting.
- by Gavin L.
- Posted: 11 Nov 2015
Power point proposal detailing how we would deliver all the services detailed below
- by Nick W.
- Posted: 9 Jun 2015
Nick W.City of London, GB
The project was delivered late and not of a standard which was possible to use.
I would have expected a more balanced review from Nick, particularly as I gave up a weekend and worked without a break for 36 hours in an attempt to meet a deadline for a poorly specified assignment - clarification of what was actually required was not received until the Saturday for an integrated services tender proposal that was required by a large multinational organisation the following Monday.
Indeed, Nick is a master at attempting to describe things using too few words (which is why his project ended up in a mess in the first place, as a more transparent approach that did not involve trying to conceal essential information about the nature of his company's relationship with the client, would have doubled the time that was available).
Delivery - the assignment was delivered in three parts with two arriving early (which is not mentioned), and the third arriving half-an hour late after attempts to contact Nick to discuss an alternative way of presenting the work did not elicit a response.
Content - whilst there were presentational issues, that is hardly surprising as the agreement had been to produce 40 PowerPoint slides when nearer 100 would have been required to present things effectively. Indeed, Nick was asked if PowerPoint was essential at one point as I have been writing winning tender proposals for over a decade for clients even bigger than his, and these are usually presented as 50-page plus PDF documents rather than PowerPoint slides.
I can understand Nick's frustration, however, it is shared as the tender was certainly "winnable".
500-750 words - telecoms web content
- by Helen P.
- Posted: 31 Mar 2015
Construction Article & Placement
- by William N.
- Posted: 11 Nov 2014
- by Kyle B.
- Posted: 11 Nov 2014
- by Peter F.
- Posted: 10 Nov 2014