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helps you ... to build up (or) building up

Postby lauEnglish » Tue Feb 21, 2017 9:57 am

hi there,
first time posting... hope it can get some help
I am launching a new website and struggle with my brand tagline which will be quite important on my http://bluesophy.com/en/auth/.

So I first came up with :
"Bluesophy helps you to build up everyday your business acumen"
but I am wondering if
"Bluesophy helps you building up everyday your business acumen"
would be a better choice, both grammatically speaking, but also taking into account how "pleasing" is is to hear for a native speaker ?

that beeing asked whatever solution may not sound good at all ?
Thanks a lot for your help,
Laurent

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Re: helps you ... to build up (or) building up

Postby Alan » Thu Feb 23, 2017 3:45 am

helps you build up...
OR
helps you to build up...


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