Journalism and meeting reports
We write inhouse newsletters for Kantar Media and the occasional journalism.
Here's an article we wrote for The Spanner, a new members' magazine for Blacks, the Soho private members club. It was a report on the first Gutter Debate held at the club, so called because the write-up sits in the gutter of the four page, broadsheet pamphlet. You can download the article here (PDF 173KB).
Inspired by Georgian pamphleteers and the way they published opinions that challenged the accepted orthodoxies of the time, the brief was to be provocative and funny whilst not taking yourself, or the participants, too seriously.
We also write reports on the London Business School's Dean's Fora. These are breakfast meetings where professors at the School give a talk about their current research. The invited business leaders then ask questions, comment and debate. These require considerably more tact and self-effacement than writing for The Spanner. But the principle's the same: capture the mood and content of the event to provide an aide-memoire for those who were there and a faithful record for those who weren't.