At Embryo, we’re crazy about content (in case you couldn’t tell from all the words on our website!). So we’re delighted to add a talented new writer to our content team: Charlie!

Having previously worked at a content agency in Birmingham and written for clients across the finance and restaurant sectors, Charlie brings with him years of copywriting experience, a dynamic skill set and a desire to develop his skills even further. He has already hit the ground running here at Embryo and has been penning well-written content for clients!

Outside of the office, you can find Charlie listening to music, running or indulging his passion for American politics.

Welcome to Embryo, Charlie!

Tell us about what your new job will involve.

Creating exciting, engaging, SEO-friendly content for a number of Embryo’s fantastic clients.

What made you choose to join Embryo?

Because I wanted to expand my skill set, become a better writer and gain a greater understanding of the dark arts that are SEO and PPC.

What are you most looking forward to about working at Embryo?

Meeting new people, collaborating on exciting projects with clients and becoming a key asset for the business.

What do you hope to gain from the role?

A great set of work colleagues, a sustained passion for writing and content creation and to have a laugh along the way.

Where have you worked before and what types of clients have you worked with?

In my previous jobs, I have written for a Birmingham-based finance firm, then I worked for an agency that wrote all the copy for brands in the Mitchell & Butler network like Harvester, Toby Carvery, All Bar One and Miller & Carter. I have also done a few smaller freelance jobs here and there.

What do you enjoy doing outside of work?

I love listening to and discovering new music and I have caught the running bug which has been great for both my physical and mental health. As well as this, I have an interest in American Politics and am a keen reader of non-fiction books. If you’re interested, I’d recommend reading Utopia for Realists by Rutger Bregman and Why We’re Polarised by Ezra Klein.