Roger Tweedy Q&A

Working in PR for grown ups

Roger Tweedy Q&AMight you be interested in working in PR if you could spend a big proportion of your time writing about interesting stuff and dealing with intelligent, informed people? If so, perhaps we should be talking! We’re looking for new people to join us – ideally with a background in journalism.

And why are we so interested in journalists? Because much of our time is spent in taking the knowledge inside our clients’ heads and turning it into written interesting, authoritative material for publications, both print and online, around the globe – precisely what you’ve been doing in your career to date.

We work hard and we deliver a great service (or at least that’s what our clients tell us). But we also believe in work/life balance. Which is why we prefer to be based in rural Hertfordshire than the middle of the big city down the road.

Ok that’s enough rambling. Why not tell us more about yourself and what you’re looking to do? Simply email a short summary and some examples of your work to Adrian Barrett at

We look forward to hearing from you!

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