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Posted 30.09.2011

Business Development Executive for Signs Express, Tony Mills took part in a live phone-in for BBC Radio Bristol this week, discussing grammar and spelling mistakes in signage.

Tony Mills, Business Development Executive for Signs Express

Tony Mills, Business Development Executive for Signs Express

The morning show, hosted by John Darvall posed the question – 'is today’s bad grammar and poor spelling down to ‘text-speak’ and social media abbreviations of the English language?'

 Have our standards slipped?

Tony agreed that while this may be the case, it is down to the professionalism of the sign company to check and to highlight any errors to a customer, before the sign project reaches the installation stage – saving potentially a lot of embarrassment for both parties.

A sign is often the first point of conversation to a customer. A well designed, manufactured and installed sign should communicate the nature of a company or brand. Independent research shows poorly written, scruffy signage can deter potential customers from choosing one company over another.

At Signs Express our team of highly skilled, fully qualified sign makers can help. Using the latest state-of-the-art materials they have the signage solutions to suit your requirements and budget.

Sign manufactures for over 20 years, you can expect an expert service from Signs Express, free from embarrassing spelling errors, and in the Queen’s English.

 

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