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At e.g EDITORS, we have tackled a variety of projects.

We like diversity. It’s important to challenge ourselves and keep things fresh. Each of us has our niche, so whether you are a professional looking for a new job, a small business looking for marketing communications help, or a student who needs a hand with your next paper, it’s likely we can help.

Due to our client’s confidentiality agreements, we cannot share all of our work with you. But here are some examples of what we can do. Take a look, and if you would like to learn more about e.g. and how we can serve you, please contact us at 312.834.3733 or 650.534.2561.
 

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