|Full name||Guy Clapperton|
Small business issues, some consumer technology, gadgets. Podcasting for the Guardian as presenter. Occasional writing on entertainment (Radio Times, for example) and I've edited a few books. Media training website at www.mediatrainer.biz, freelance journalism website at www.clapperton.co.uk. I also train public relations officers under the auspices of What the Press Wants (www.whatthepresswants.com).
|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing, Editing, Radio, Video|
|Media outlets regularly worked for||
Guardian (editorial associate of Business Solutions supplement, occasional columnist for the same), Financial Times, Times, Telegraph, Observer, Radio Times, Esquire, several books - also occasional broadcaster on BBC London and BBC World Service
|PR writing||Contact me for more information|
|Last updated||16-12-2015 14:32|
Freelance journalist since 1993; work includes the Guardian, Mail on Sunday, Reuters, Financial Times, Observer, Director, Management Today, The Independent and many others. Speciality small business technology - case study, white paper and opinion piece work always undertaken.
Website at www.clapperton.co.uk; media training website at www.mediatrainer.biz including testimonials from previous clients.
Broadcasting, BBC2 and Sky TV and on radio BBC Radio 4, Radio London and World Service. Author of 'Free Publicity for your business in a week' (Hodder and Stoughton 2002); Editor of books: The E-Commerce Handbook, Top ICT Companies in the UK, Top UK Companies of the Future; non-smoker.
Sporting likes include tennis - I've been playing for over a year and I can now hit the ball over the net. Sometimes.
- Business & Management
- Business & Management - SME
- Business Computing
- Business Internet
- Consumer: Computing
- Consumer: Cosmetics & Personal Care
- Consumer: Fashion
- Consumer: Finance
- Consumer: Internet
- Consumer: Technology
- Design & Graphics
- Events & Conferences
- Marketing & Promotion
- Media Industry
- Office Supplies & Services
- Print & Packaging
- Retail Trade
- Specialist Computing
- Trade: Cosmetics & Personal Care
- Trade: Fashion, textiles & accessories
- Vertical Markets