Content Writing Agency in Bangkok
Our content writing agency in Bangkok, Thailand creates world-class storytelling content in English and Thai. From creating company profiles, brand personas and blogs, through to script writing, thought leadership and translation, Lexicon is Bangkok’s leading content writing agency.
All creative work is done out of our central Bangkok hub by our collective of internationally minded writers. We work with clients from diverse sectors (including NGOs, accountants, hotels, retailers and banks) to create memorable branded storytelling content.
/ What our clients are saying /
We’ve worked on a number of writing, social media and training projects with Lexicon and all have been very successful. Their social media marketing campaigns have proven especially profitable for us, and have helped us to position ourselves as thought leaders in our industry. Highly recommended!
They know what they’re doing and they’re great at it! You can count on them and they are always reachable. Lexicon is always updated with the newest way of doing things, it’s a very important component to have in today’s fast changing world.
They’re like my one-stop service; writing, translation, graphic design, or even publishing, and I also know I can rely on them…thumbs up!
I have been very impressed with Lexicon’s ability to take quite complex material and turn it in to highly readable and entertaining content, and with amazingly fast turnaround times.
I have worked with Lexicon on several projects and found them to be professional and responsive. They are very helpful and willing to go the extra mile to ensure that our requirements are met.
Great to work with David and Lexicon. Following their advice we built a joint thought-leadership-focused, social media marketing plan that is increasing the visibility of Grant Thornton to new and existing clients as well as current and prospective team members.
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