Razwana is an English expat, who arrived in Paris in June 2012. Since then, she’s settled into Parisian life (with coffee, wine and le croissant aux amandes), made a bunch of friends (surprise! They’re mostly French), and become fluent in the local language (ß the last one is a total lie).
When not battling through the terrain of a Parisian office, she is a copywriter for small businesses, making writing increase sales and customer conversion rates. If your website needs to speak to your customers and your sales page has to sell rather than bore …. Chill the heck out - she’s got you covered.
And on a final note - stalking her is totally recommended – on email, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
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