Professional writing skills make for better content and better translations.

Marcel Wiel
Journalist & Translator

About Marcel Wiel


Content writing

  • Web and marketing content
  • Articles and interview
  • Blogs and press releases



  • UK national press standard
  • Copy editing
  • Proofreading


  • Phonetics for better speaking
  • English exam preparation (Bacc, Gde Écoles, …)
  • Techniques & Practice


Excellent rewrite of online course information and an associated LinkedIn article.
Nigel Dawson — Business Development Manager
University of Cambridge Judge Business School
Our sector has a requirement for extremely precise terminologies and Marcel Wiel provides a great service.
Lucile Devictor — Marketing Project Manager
SUNPARTNER Technologies
Pleasure working with Marcel Wiel. High level of attention to detail and a proactive approach
Rebecca Chan — Marketing manager
Accurate native speaker translations. Getting to know our business and key messages was never rushed.
Thierry Agard — CEO
Flock1 luxury packaging
Extremely constructive advice regarding my CV that helped me secure interviews; Marcel Wiel possesses keen analytical and critcal skills.
Jade Maillet-Contoz — Political and Security Risk Analyst Intern
Hozint - Horizon Intelligence
Growing list of translation work after excellent first service.
Marc Messina — Director
E-Messina Communication
Very satisfied long-term client for content writing — articles, blogs, web content.
Grant Dain — Director
Dain Internet Consulting
Constructive comments that made my CV better leading to more interviews; Marcel Wiel has excellent analytical and critical skills.
Nathan Chebre – R&D Hard Materials Intern
Hilti Group

Recent posts

Avoiding the overuse of “very + adjective”

Even for native speakers of English, building up a rich vocabulary can be quite challenging. Much easier for instance to use very + adjectif rather than struggling to find “le mot juste”. The table below is a handy guide for this task. A word of warning, however: the alternative to very + adjectif must be …

Making the case for Case Studies

Getting customers to talk about the benefits of your products is a powerful marketing tool with a proven track record. Case studies give a structure to positive customer feedback, so they read more like reports. Neutral, yet persuasive “He said/she said” & “block quotes” Clear layout with headings Solves customer problem (eg: regulatory compliance) Any …