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Frequency: Quarterly
Format: A4, 8 pages
Readership: Would-be ethnic minority businesses, government support agencies, local authority business networks
Client: Minority Enterprises East Midlands
Contribution: Full project management - writing, design, print and distribution

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clients

Clients from 1990 - current include:-

Newspapers/newsletters
(writing and design)
Barnsley Health Authority
British Rail
Carlton Television
Central Independent Television
Derbyshire County Council
E.ON UK
East Midlands Electricity
Foster + Freeman
Institute of Qualified Professional Secretaries
Hillarys Blinds
Mansfield District Council
National Association of Advisers for Computers in Education
National Council for Education and Training
Northcliffe Newspapers
North Derbyshire Health Authority
Nottingham City Council
Nottinghamshire Police
The Nottingham Trent University
Rolls-Royce
RPC Containers Ltd
RSNC/Wildlife Trusts Partnership
University of Derby
Voice East Midlands
Worcester City Council
NHS Leicester City

Report writing/editing
(annual reports, summaries)

Amber Valley Borough Council
Central Independent Television
emda (East Midlands Development Agency)
Leicestershire Health Authority
NHS Executive Trent
North Derbyshire Health Authority
North Nottinghamshire Training and Enterprise Council
Southern Derbyshire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
University of Derby

Press releases
Central Independent Television
Minority Enterprises East Midlands
London Midland Trains

Editorial/communications training
Broxtowe Borough Council
University of Derby
University of Lincoln

 

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