Read in full: Yorkshire Post: I’ve seen the future
what I do
A PR manager, content provider, copywriter and journalist of many years’ experience, I offer organisations the full gamut: from strategy and management to help with bread and butter activities such as interviews, research, reporting, writing and editing. I’ve helped out a large range of corporates, public sector organisations and publishers (what I’ve done)
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I produced all written content for this bi-monthly magazine, published by the former £250m regional development agency, Yorkshire Forward.
Helix focussed on the bioscience industry, included a forward by the chief executive and interviews with academics, heads of businesses and politicians.
Read in full: Yorkshire Forward Helix May 2007
I interviewed and wrote the words for this quarterly client magazine focussing on the chemicals sector, published by regional development agency, Yorkshire Forward. I had to interview many top academics, understand their projects and translate their scientific language for a wider audience.
Read in full: Yorkshire Forward Snergy May 2007
Read in full: Northside Feb 2012: Erica Lewis. My photography
Read in full: Yorkshire Forward’s Inform Jan 2009
This edition covers a technical conference held for members of the Association of Fixed Charge and Property Receivers, Nara. It required full coverage of subjects including VAT, building regulations, the licensed trade and a legal workshop.
Read in full: Narator Jan 2012
I’ve also prepared by-lined features for this global organisation on topics including virtual offices, telecommuting and the value of face-to-face networking.
Read in full: Regus Launches BlackBerry App
Read in full: Northside Dec 2011: Kevin Hollinrake
Read in full: KWS Accent June11
I cover conferences organised by Nara, the professional association for property and fixed charge receivers, for their online and printed newsletter Narator. I produce tight but detailed summaries of each speaker’s presentation, which is used as a refresher for delegates, as well as a resource for those unable to attend.
Here former Tory cabinet minister Steve Norris gave some hard-hitting views on where the property market was headed.
Read in full: Narator July 2010