Manchester-based journalist Martin Bryant has today launched a new business to help technology and media companies align their products, marketing, and mission.

'Big Revolution' is a language-focused strategy consultancy aimed at startups and growth-stage businesses.

Its aim is to construct simple, clear messaging for companies and their products, using that language to shape how they position their products, and how they think about them internally.

The Manchester-based consultancy will offer also content strategy and editorial services to clients that want an experienced external ‘quality control’ on their output.

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Bryant was previously editor-in-chief at tech publication The Next Web and community editor at Tech North. Big Revolution is an evolution of the work he completed as a freelance consultant.

“After going freelance, I deliberately kept my offering broad so I was open to as many opportunities as possible,” said Bryant.

“The most common requests came from companies wanting help shaping the language they used about their products and how they marketed them.

“This goes deeper than copywriting. We’re a trusted ally bringing fresh eyes to our clients, helping them fuse their product strategy, communications strategy and internal comms into a cohesive whole.”