A Panel Discussion
Women in Money and Business Journalism - a female success story.
In partnership with the The Financial Times and Lansons
Date: Tuesday 29th September, 2015
Time: 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Venue: Kindly hosted by The Financial Times
Address: Conference suite, The Financial Times, One Southwark Bridge, London SE1 9HL
Becky Barrow, head of money, Sunday Times (chair) @BeckyBarrow
Hilary Osborne, editor, Guardian money online @HilaryOsborne
Merryn Somerset Webb, editor, Money Week and FT columnist. @MerrynSW
Natalie Holt, editor, Money Marketing @Natalie_Holt_MM
Donna Ferguson, award-winning freelance financial journalist @DonnaLFerguson
Laura Hastings, joint MD, Lansons @LansonsLatest
An event to celebrate the success of women in Money and Business Journalism. Top industry panelists,many of whom are working mothers, will be answering the question: Why should you choose to work in Money or Business journalism – and what does it take to get to the top?
How to Work With Brands: Women in Journalism & Women in PR Digital Debate & Networking Drinks, 3 November 2015
The lines between journalism and PR are rapidly becoming blurred as brands bypass traditional media and develop their own content to get their messages across. Join us for a highly topical discussion and networking drinks with Women in Journalism.
Venue: Ketchum, 35-41 Folgate Street, London E1 6BX
Date: Tuesday, 3 November 2015
Time: 6.30pm-8.30pm (Debate: 7.00pm-8.00pm)
The panel will be chaired by, Eleanor Mills, Chair of Women in Journalism and Editorial Director of the Sunday Times. Panellists include:
- Louise Court, Editor in Chief, Cosmopolitan
- Jackie Hunter, Editor of Wall Street Journal, Custom Studios
- Helena Raven, Head of Digital, NSPCC
- Jo-ann Robertson, Partner & Managing Director, Corporate & Public Affairs UK, Ketchum
The cost of the event is just £10 for members of Women in Journalism & Women in PR and £20 for non-members (plus EB fee) , including wine and canapés. Book your place via Eventbrite : http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-to-work-with-brands-women-in-pr-women-in-journalism-digital-debate-networking-drinks-tickets-17922713318
WOMEN IN JOURNALISM: ‘HOW TO BLOG FOR SUCCESS’ DAY:
Venue: YMCA CITY, 8 Errol Street, London, EC1Y 8SE
Date: Saturday, 10 October 2015
Time: 10.00am -16.00 pm
Limited places: 10 available
Cost : £95 per person (includes lunch & refreshments) plus booking fee
Has anyone ever told you ‘you should blog?’ And did you know that:
- Blogging helps establish you as an expert in your field?
- A regular blog attracts hits to your website
- A blog can make money – (but is it worth the work)?
- Blogging is an essential part of an ‘author platform’.
- You can be paid to blog for companies and organisations
If you’ve thought of starting a blog – or you’ve started one, but feel it’s not achieving anything – join our Women In Journalism all day blogging workshop.
In a small, interactive group, we’ll cover
- How and why blogging works
- What you need to know before you get a blog
- How to come up with ideas for blog posts
- The structure of a blog post – why it’s not just a magazine article online
- The importance of headlines
- Easy ways of creating or acquiring blog post images
- Promoting your blog – don’t let it languish in hyper-space
- How blogs make money
- Opportunities for guest-blogging and ghost-blogging for companies
Quotes from journalists who have attended Alexandra’s workshops:
- ‘I was a complete dinosaur about all this before I went to Alexandra’s workshop –and you can quote me on that! I started my editor’s blog the following day.’ Sue Peart, Editor The Mail on Sunday You Magazine
- ‘Blogging made easy, thanks to Alexandra’s instructive and informative workshop.’ Maureen Paton, arts and culture journalist
- The course couldn’t have been more inspiring and illuminating about how to write a blog. I’d recommend it to anyone thinking of blogging,’ Amicia de Moubray, author and journalist
Alexandra Campbell is a blogger, author and journalist. She’s worked on or written for Good Housekeeping, She, The Times Magazine, the Daily Telegraph and many more. Her gardening blog, The Middle-sized Garden, is no 5 in the UK’s Top 10 Garden Blogs. She has advised and taught a wide range of freelances, small companies and charities to blog, ranging from journalists, photographers and designers to barristers, authors and lifestyle companies. Her novels have been published by Penguin and Little Brown and she also writes books on interiors.
To book: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/women-in-journalism-how-to-blog-for-success-tickets-17923121539