Need a business writer to help you with

  • content marketing?

  • proposal writing?

  • copywriting?

Then you’ve come to the right place. My name is Anne Papmehl and I’m a freelance business writer based in London, Ontario, Canada. I help clients with all of the above business communications services and more.

Simply put, I’m a writer who can write for the timesthe times when you need your communications to be friendly, informal, and engaging, or when you need them to be more technical, formal, and authoritative.

If these sound like two polar opposite styles to you, you’re right. I thrive on working in both the creative and technical spheres – though not necessarily at the same time! Strangely enough, these opposites complement each other: my report, technical writing and journalism skills help lend credibility to my content marketing and copywriting, while my storytelling and creative skills help to add colour and interest to my report and proposal writing.

I write in diverse media and formats – print, digital, newspaper, magazine, article, blog, brochure, report and technical proposal. As for topics, I can write about virtually anything, but here are the ones I write on most frequently: finance (including fintech), health care, B2B and B2C tech, careers and HR, entrepreneurship, innovation and the environment.

My clients include:

  • private and public sector organizations
  • communications and custom publications agencies
  • consultancies
  • non-profits
ecostrat ... the name

People often ask me about my company name. "Eco" refers to both "economy" and "ecology". This reflects
my personal belief that a prosperous economy and healthy, sustainable ecological systems go hand in hand - 
as opposed to one at the expense of the other. The "strat" stands for strategic, as in aligning with the strategic
communications goals of my clients. Or to put it in a more linear way:


I originally established my business as a niche area - specializing in environmental sustainability and corporate
social responsibility communications - something I still do. But over the years I've developed a broader suite of 
communications skills and services that allow me to be both a generalist and a specialist - if that makes any