Patrick Gant is a digital marketing consultant and writer with over two decades of experience in the trade. That includes more than ten years as founder of thinkit creative—a company that helps people grow their businesses by showing them how to unlock the power of writing that sells.
Clients and writing skills
His client list includes technology companies, executive sales trainers, creative design studios, NGOs, not-for-profit agencies, sectoral associations, professional services businesses and professional speakers.
With an earned reputation as a technology-savvy copywriter who has a knack for all things creative, Patrick’s clients call on him regularly to apply his talents to a full range of digital marketing projects.
This includes conceiving comprehensive marketing strategies and writing original material for the web, ebooks, annual reports, ghostwritten articles, video scripts, storyboards, newsletters and email blasts.
“Hi Patrick: Here’s what our Channel Rep had to say about the retailer data sheet, which you prepared for our firm…’the writing is some of the best description writing I’ve ever seen. It really sells the product better than any others I’ve used. I’m not kidding. It made me jump out of my chair wanting to purchase the product.’ Now how’s *that* for a testimonial within a testimonial! Thanks for your great work.”
—Aly Daya, Marketcircle
Professional speaker and consultant
Patrick is also a professional public speaker and offers keynote presentations, workshops and in-class instruction on how people and organizations can unlock the power of writing that sells.
Prior to founding thinkit creative in 2001, he spent nearly a decade helping to guide communications in key federal departments. In addition to Patrick’s copywriting skills, his areas of strategic marketing expertise include: enterprise and consumer technology, SME development, citizen engagement in the public sector, public health and economic development.
Fluently bilingual (French and English), Patrick holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Carleton University.
—Colleen Francis, Engage Selling Solutions