WHAT PRESS ARE LOOKING FOR THIS WEEK
The Telegraph - top tips for ISAs and Help To Buy ISAs. Deadline 18th Jan.
Financial Times - Looking for expert commentary on the changes/developments that need to occur in early education – both UK and global perspective - to boost the number of women getting into computer science, artificial intelligence (particularly robotics). Deadline 31st Jan.
The Guardian - Do you use apprentices in your business? The Guardian is producing a print supplement on the topic for publication in March and need case studies - a school leaver doing an apprenticeship and a student doing a higher (i.e. degree level) apprenticeship. They’ll need to do a short phone interview about why they chose the apprenticeship and what they like about it, and supply a picture. Deadline 26th Jan.
The Guardian - Are coworking spaces the new members clubs? Looking to speak to owners/management of members clubs and coworking spaces. Deadline 26th Jan.
B2BMarketing.net - looking to hear from senior B2B marketers about the hiring process. Where do they find the best talent? Is the process normally a struggle? What qualifications are they looking for (if any)? Has a particular course/university/qualification stood out for any reason? And what advice do you have for marketers looking to hire? Deadline 23rd Jan.
Enterprise Nation - looking for British entrepreneurs who have successfully exported food or drink products to France for a profile. Deadline 20th Jan.
Natwest ContentLive - putting together an article on how investors can spot an idea worth investing in, including models and mechanisms which can be used successfully. The piece is aimed at individuals earning more than £100k. They are looking for written comments by non-bank experts. Deadline 17th Jan.
Virgin Disruptors - Feature for Virgin: looking for entrepreneurs who made little changes that make all the difference to their working life. They want to know how startups or entrepreneurs are trying to become that little bit happier by doing slightly different things. Deadline 25th Jan.
The UK Cloud Awards - deadline 24th Jan:
showcases the leading cloud vendors, customers and individuals who are setting the benchmark in the UK.