What we do

We don’t just check your spelling, punctuation and grammar (that’s a given). We add value by making intelligent suggestions for improvements and using our specialist editorial knowledge to refine your message.

Below is a brief list of what we do. We are more than happy to discuss your specific needs so that we can tailor our services accordingly. Contact us here to make an enquiry or to arrange a meeting.

Specialists in government communications

The proofreaders and copy-editors at Accuracy Matters have extensive experience working in government communications, so we understand your needs and how to assist you.

We work on highly sensitive material and we’re set up to take on projects where security is of the utmost importance.

Publishing solutions for small businesses

As a small business ourselves, we know that there’s hardly ever enough time in the day. Stick to what you do best and let us take care of your publications. 

We can help you not only with producing your annual reports and official documentation, but also with striking the right tone with your customers on your website and in the letters and marketing materials you send them. Consistent messaging and accurate and engaging copy can really help to reinforce your brand.

Project management

At Accuracy Matters, we recognise that copy-editing and proofreading are just a part of the publishing process. We have links to a network of editors, designers, photographers, indexers, typesetters and printers – and we’d be happy to liaise with them on your behalf.

Many of our team have experience working in other publishing specialisms, meaning that we have the background knowledge to ensure that your project runs smoothly.


Our role as professional proofreaders, coupled with our experience working in government, means that we’re ideally placed to offer training in proofreading to public sector communicators.

A number of government departments have already benefited from our training courses, including HM Revenue and Customs, the Home Office and the Department of Health.