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Are you reading me? Writing creatively for business

06 November 2019 6:15pm

How do we draw attention to our business, make sure that people understand us and improve our business writing across all platforms?

Norfolk Network brought together a diverse group of professional writers to lead a lively exchange of knowledge and ideas on current and future trends in business writing. You’ll come away with insight into effective business writing, an understanding of what you can achieve yourself and confidence to work with professional writers.

The panelists:

Left to right: Charlie Watson and Rachel Buck
Left to right: Diana Hare and Louella Schooley
Left to right: Lucy Marks (Moderator) and Lee Carnihan

Charlie Watson: Writer, Publisher and Editor, Singular Publishing

Charlie has worked as a freelance writer and editor, as a magazine editor, and as the editorial director of East Publishing, producing magazines and books for clients in the UK and overseas. He is currently a director of Singular Publishing, a book publishing agency in Norwich.

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Rachel Buck: B2B Marketer and Writer

Rachel comes from a pre-digital publishing background and spent over eight years at the global experience design agency Foolproof, setting up and then running their marketing. Rachel now helps marketing teams and business owners to develop and run more effective marketing programmes.

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Diana Hare: Development Editor, BBC English Regions

Diana has over 30 years experience of the broadcast industry.  She was Editor of the BBC flagship current affairs programme Inside Out.  She is currently working as a Commissioning Executive for BBC England.  “Bringing stories to life is what I do. It’s a great job!”

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Louella Schooley: Director, Wiio Marketing Consultancy

Louella runs Wiio. You need to ask her about the name – it’s a good story. Louella has always worked in Comms. Working life started in Advertising agencies in London with clients such as Norwich Union (as it was known then), KPMG, Pizza Hut and Ladbrooks. After 10 years of helping clients to figure out who they were, what they did and why other people would find them interesting, she moved to a small start up where she became the 4th member of the team. That sparked her entrepreneurial spirit and after having children she set up a marketing consultancy in Hertford. A move to Norwich saw the birth of Wiio.

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Lee Carnihan: Head of Marketing Curveball Media

Having worked for SMEs and multinational corporations in the UK, Saudi Arabia, Finland and the Czech Republic, Lee’s experience allows him to deliver a broad and deep perspective on a variety of business issues including writing for influence.

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