WHAT PRESS ARE ASKING FOR THIS WEEK:
Start ups in 2017 for Music Ally - Doing a report about music/tech (and related) startups, which will be published alongside their NY:LON Connect conference later in January. The question is:
‘What kind of music/tech (or related) startups are you most excited about in 2017, and why? Which areas do you see the interesting new companies coming from, or alternatively, which areas do you think need more innovation – which problems would you like to see more startups tackling?’: Deadline 17th Jan.
Health tech for The Sun - Looking for any new health campaigns, startups or tech and also any newly discovered conditions that haven’t had much exposure to spotlight. Deadline 12th Jan.
Chinese tech for The Gadget Show (TV) - looking for the best in Chinese tech to rival it’s western counterparts. You need to have a sample of the technology for the show available to send to the studio in the next 2 weeks.
Impact of AI on call centre workers for the Financial Times - Do you have insight on how AI will impact the call centre business? The FT wants to hear from you asap.
Ethics for the Independent - The Indy is looking to do a feature about ethics presented by tech like self driving cars. If you have comment or examples about ethical issues presented by automation in any sector please shout. Deadline ASAP.
UK Business Climate for Finance Monthly - Finance Monthly is looking for business experts to comment on recent UK business confidence. 300- 500 words for inclusion on their overview online. Deadline ASAP.
URGENT CELEBRITY REQUEST FROM THE METRO - If you represent any celebs, Metro is looking to interview for a full page feature in the UK version.