Because good writing (and video, and podcasts, and apps...) matter.
Neal Ungerleider writes about technology, culture, and everything in between. A longtime reporter for Fast Company magazine, Ungerleider's interview subjects included Elon Musk, Werner Herzog and Buzz Aldrin. Other bylines include op-eds in the Los Angeles Times and articles in Ad Age, Wired, Slate, and Foreign Policy.
These days, Neal is a ghostwriter and content strategist specializing in cybersecurity, cloud computing and biotech / life sciences projects.
His services include ghostwriting, developmental editing, book writing, and messaging/product launch consulting. Neal works with both in-house and agency clients.
The Fun Stuff
Almost Millions is a personal finance & money management site for the self-employed edited by Neal Ungerleider.
From discussing drones on CBS This Morning to autonomous cars at SXSW, this is where tech is explained to the public in everyday language.
Work with Neal to develop high quality content for your organization. Need white papers, ghostwritten columns or Medium/blog posts? This is the place.
Articles on cybersecurity, autonomous vehicles, big data, ecommerce, and more from six years at Fast Company magazine.
Confused by editorial calendars? Your in-house writers struggling? Landing page chaos? Lost in the weeds podcasting? Neal is here to help.
From op-eds in the Los Angeles Times to longform journalism to articles in Wired and Esquire, there are lots of good things here.
Have a project in mind? Something interesting happening? Looking to get in touch with Neal? This is the place.