|Full name||Paul Bray|
Features, case studies, editorial, advertorial and PR writing, on technology, education, engineering, travel, business issues, history, the environment, employment, science – and much else. Special interests and experience include: * business computing, telecoms, AV, audiovisual, security, ebusiness, ecommerce, internet; * university, higher education, schools, apprenticeships; * STEM, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, aerospace, manufacturing, energy, construction; * renewables, sustainability, environment, recycling; * HR, employment, training, recruitment, careers; * travel, holidays; * SMEs, small business, start-ups; * outsourcing, marketing, CRM, customer relationship management, postal services, call centres; * resellers, integrators, distributors, channel issues.
|Editorial work||Features writing|
|Last updated||12-10-2017 09:55|
Paul Bray is an extremely experienced feature writer who has written for a wide range of UK national newspapers and magazines.
After voluntary work in Morocco for Save the Children he read Modern History at St John’s College, Oxford, where he graduated with first class honours.
He worked for several years in the IT industry, then retrained as a journalist, spending two years as deputy editor of Which Computer? before going freelance in 1991. Since then he has written for the Daily and Sunday Telegraph, The Sunday Times, The Times, The Guardian, and many magazines including Computing, Director, Nasdaq International and AV Magazine.
Paul has contributed to The Hutchinson Encyclopaedia, the Corporate Research Foundation's annual Britain’s Top Employers series, and many special reports for Lyonsdown distributed with The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian and The Economist.
He also has extensive experience of producing advertising and advertorial copy, having written for a wide range of blue-chip brands including Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, BT, Rolls-Royce, British Gas, Cunard, P&O Cruises, Ernst & Young, HSBC, AXA, Honda, Land Rover, Sainsbury’s, the DTI and the British Chambers of Commerce.
His wide professional interests and experience range from technology, education, engineering and general business issues to history, travel, the environment, employment, classical music and the natural sciences.
- Business & Management
- Business & Management - SME
- Business Computing
- Business Internet
- Civil Engineering
- Commercial Training
- Consumer: Student Interest
- Consumer: Travel & Holidays
- Energy & Utilities
- Personnel Management
- School & Further Education
- Specialist Computing
- Sustainable Development
- Travel Trade
- Vertical Markets