35 Users Online

Home | News | Jobs | Business | Forums | Lifestyle | What's On | Classifieds | Contacts

Peterborough Community Website - Home

Peterborough UK
12:11 on Tuesday
26 October 2004

Borocars - the widest choice, the best value


Have a good lunch and thanks for surfing by!

Free downloads

Faith Nightclub

Queensgate Shopping

Unique journalist-led service secures contracts

Business | Press | News

Unique journalist-led editorial service Stop Press has won two major contracts within the first month of trading.

The service, which is part of the Peterborough-based (meaningfulmedia) communications and identity consultancy, has been appointed as writers for Peterborough's Inside Business magazine.


And Huntingdon-based marketing firm Business Stream has secured Stop Press to undertake editorial work for its growing number of commercial customers.

Announcing the appointment of Stop Press, Inside Business's Ian Whitwell said: "Top quality writing is a key part of the magazine, and by appointing Stop Press we can expect the best.

"Inside Business is already flourishing in the Peterborough area, and we are confident that with this appointment, the magazine will continue to grow."

Business Stream's Stan Taylor added: "By taking on Stop Press we can offer new and potential customers the writing and editorial skills of top journalists.

"This means all their literature will benefit from clarity and impact. In a market where so much company literature is dull or impenetrable, this will be a real bonus to them."

The contracts both stem from networking meetings that Stop Press's Client Relationship Director Sarah Laws attended earlier this month.

She said: "We knew our service was unique but have been pleased with the response from businesses across Cambridgeshire.

"The fact that we are journalist-led makes a big difference to these businesses, particularly those who want one-off press releases and editorial services from professional writers.

"Inside Business and Business Stream are both growing fast in the Cambridgeshire area, and we are pleased they have come to us to be part of their future growth."

November 2003




PNet Directory
Search for local links


(Titles Only)

meaningfulmedia- STOP PRESS

Your comments
Business Forum ... click here

Business Forums

UK Business News Headlines
Local Engineering News

 Last Viewed Page


Chamber of Commerce