As all good copywriters know, this page is really about you, not us… So first off, here’s how we can help you.
CopyKate is your editor-on-call, we handle all your written communication and marketing messages for both online and offline purposes.
We craft words into fresh, engaging, relevant content, that educates and inspires; persuading your customers to take the actions you would like them to.
With over 20 years combined experience in the industry we know how to get your message across.
But don’t listen to us… Here’s what our customers say…
I highly recommend CopyKate to raise your profile and your sales. I have a very niche building law teaching business. CopyKate took my content and my offerings and made it clear to my customer how I can help them. I’ve so appreciated CopyKate’s work, it’s helped my profile and sales immensely.
Rosemary Killip, Director and Lead Learning and Development Consultant for Building Networks NZ Ltd.
Now here’s a little bit about us…
Kate knows a thing or two about content marketing, she runs her own successful digital marketing agency. Kate has an innate knack of finding each client’s unique voice, enabling her to tell stories that capture attention.
Kate’s a people person, she’ll enjoy getting to know you and your business, so she she can help you thrive online and offline by delivering the messages that count through captivating copy.
If Kate was on “Mastermind” her specialist subject would be Social Media, she helps clients overcome Facebook fears, become top class tweeters and ignite their businesses on Instagram.
Kate has sat on expert Social Media Panels at various seminars, she has presented on Social Media on behalf of the Nelson Tasman Business Trust, is regularly engaged to speak professionally on digital marketing and has guested on a number of podcasts to discuss the use of Social Media for business.
They say you can take the girl out of the city, but you can’t take the city out of the girl. Never a truer word was spoken for London born Cass, whose life has been entrenched by the Arts.
Cass spent ten years with the UK’s leading Independent Film & Television Production Company, working on iconic productions such as Mr Bean and The Vicar of Dibley. During this time Cass worked for Bafta Award winning Executive Producer Peter Bennett-Jones, Writer Richard Curtis (Four Weddings & A Funeral) and Judy Craymer Producer of Mamma Mia the West End Musical.
Now living in Nelson, Cass continues to expand upon her creative portfolio to meet a different environment and new opportunities. With extensive experience in recent years across the fields of television, film, art, publishing, radio, public relations, marketing and politics, Cass now works as a consultant offering communications advice, media relations and a broad variety of written content including editorial, radio scripts, websites, blogs, marketing collateral, copywriting and copy editing.
Armed with an acute attention to detail and understanding of the written word, composition, stories and their respective audience, Cass is able to create unique and compelling copy to market your business.
Steph knows how to become your business’ brand and personality.
While still a youngster in Auckland, a gig as a dj on BFM led to a job writing promotional material for Warner Bros NZ. When the music industry began to affect her health she switched to marketing positions at Hot Buttered Surf NZ and Mt Ruapehu Skifields as well as becoming a regular contributor to NZ Snowboarder Magazine. She then spent five years as Managing Director of Lib Tech and Gnu Snowboards NZ before moving to Seattle. During Steph’s ten years in the Seattle area she worked as a freelance copywriter for some of the city’s most iconic brands including Starbucks, Microsoft, Eddie Bauer and Amazon, writing everything from employee handbooks and technical manuals to ad campaigns, catalogs and PR releases. She also worked as an in-house marketing executive for North Sails Catalog and SMC (one of Seattle’s most enduring mountaineering companies).
Since returning to NZ and moving to Nelson, Steph’s family lifestyle involves more “life” and less “style,” but she has kept her writing thumb active with articles and website content for the yoga, nutrition and tourism industries.
Sarah is passionate about words – writing them, reading them, using them to help businesses to grow. She is a foodie, a space nerd and possessor of a fashion sense that even Helena Bonham Carter might balk at.