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For those tired of their content not being seen

By: Katya Stead

2019 content strategy session

2019 is not only the year of the ANC general elections, but also elections in the European parliament & Nigeria. Ground-breaking space probes are set to launch in multiple countries, it’s the FIFA Women’s World Cup & a Japanese monarch will abdicate for the first time in 200 years.
Your news is going to happen in the context of this news. Any news is actually an opportunity for more relationship. So, for the first time ever, I will be hosting one-on-one sessions with companies to enhance their content strategy for 2019.


Enjoy a one hour in-person session with:
  • Hand-picked world & country events your content strategy should be thinking about
  • Fine-tuning of existing personal strategies
  • Think like a journalist tips, & hopefully write like one too
  • Personalised content suggestions based on both company vision & real-world plus industry events


Katya Stead has been a journalist & writer since 2010. After working as a copywriter on technology finance, Katya joined COVER magazine in 2014 & has since specialised in financial services writing that has appeared in publications like Bloomberg, Moneyweb, Fin24, Personal Finance & African Banker magazine. She has also written PR content for industry names Centriq, MiWayLife, Independent Trustee Services & many more.


Right in your own office – if you’re based in Joburg. Outside Jozi? Meetings in CT & other areas are an option subject to availability.


This offer is valid from 29 October – 10 December 2018 and 3-31 January 2019.

How much

1 hour on site: only R700
If someone books an in-person session & you had a hand in it, do tell. You get yours FREE.
Unsure? Enjoy an introductory Skype chat FREE
Find out more or RSVP by emailing:

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