|Full name||Marc Ambasna-Jones|
B2B and consumer technology - Internet of things, robotics, new machine age etc. media and adtech, music, sport and charity. However, my ghost writing work has seen me broaden this experience over the past few years. I have now written articles for The Guardian, The FT, The Times, News Statesman and Wired on legislation (planning, privacy, trade, IP and environment), entertainment, sport, charity, healthcare, design, media and start-ups. I have also written articles and comments recently on sustainability and the role energy, carbon, waste and water data reporting can have on business continuity and mitigating risk.
|Editorial work||Features writing, Editing, Sub-editing, Radio|
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|PR writing||Contact me for more information|
|Last updated||01-02-2017 10:23|
Current journalist work includes digital media and tech articles for The Guardian, technology innovation for global site IDG Connect, tech stories and features for The Register plus ghost writing, book writing and script writing.
Written for The Guardian, The Daily Mirror, IDG Connect, Computer Weekly, ZDNet, CRN, The Register, The Inquirer, Web User, The FT, FourFourTwo, Maxim and New Statesman.
I have also worked in PR for a while across a range of sectors. Clients have included last.fm, TIGA, Neon Play, Rockstar Games, The Filter (Peter Gabriel), Martyn Ware, Black Dog Tribe (Ruby Wax), Get Kids Going, Wedlake Bell and KPMG. Most recently I have worked on sustainability and supply chain procurement articles and ideas for a business called Ecodesk.
- Business & Management
- Business & Management - SME
- Business Computing
- Business Internet
- Civil Service & NGOs
- Consumer: Computing
- Consumer: Entertainment & Arts
- Consumer: Internet
- Consumer: Men's Interest
- Consumer: Technology
- Current Affairs
- Design & Graphics
- Energy & Utilities
- Media Industry
- National News: UK & IE
- Personnel Management
- Retail Trade
- School & Further Education
- Specialist Computing
- Sustainable Development
- Trade Unions
- Trade: Entertainment Industry
- Trade: Music
- Vertical Markets