I would like to extend a warm welcome to all clients.
OnLine English was founded by Liz Parkinson and Mike Clancy in 1995 to bring together Australian scientific and linguistic expertise to deliver a superior English language support service to scientists, researchers, and other professionals around the world. This foundation was built on by Brad Hooper, CEO/owner from 2006 until 2018.
OnLine English is dedicated to the highest standards of editing, publication support and customer service.
The hallmarks of our service are:
I believe that the expertise of our team and our devotion to the needs of each individual client are evident in the quality of both the documents we return and the customer service we provide.
It is our intention to try to ensure that clients are satisfied with all aspects of the OnLine English service.
Regular OnLine English clients have saved hundreds of hours of editing and rewriting. You too can remove English language requirements as a barrier to your international publishing efforts, and accelerate your publishing output.
Please try the service to experience the benefits for yourself. In doing so, you will be protected from risk by our quality guarantee.
If you are considering using our service, I urge you to regard it as an investment in saving time and improving the presentation of your research. We are committed to providing you with an excellent return on this investment.
Throughout the Asia-Pacific region in the mid and late 1990s, the rapid growth of the Internet in Australia, Japan, Korea and Taiwan provided an ideal setting for researchers to take advantage of the OnLine English service.
OnLine English commenced operations in Korea in 1995. Responses and evaluations from clients and team members led to rapid development of systems and processes for online service delivery.
After two years of operating exclusively in Korea, OnLine English commenced serving clients in Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan in 1997, Europe and Latin America in 1998, and the Middle East, the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia in 1999.