Our News and Client Media Coverage

Below are some examples of media coverage, speaking engagements, podcast interviews or other thought leadership promotion for our clients.

This isn’t an exhaustive list. We secure coverage every week for clients, but it shows the ones we’re most proud of and that you’ll find interesting to read or watch. To see all the coverage or other profile raising opportunities we’ve secured over the last six months, see our recent Coverage Book, which we release every six months.

If you’re keen to see what sort of coverage or interview we could secure, check out our profile raising packages.

Rachel Youngman, deputy chief executive of the Institute of Physics discusses why there needs to be more diversity in science to support the fight against climate change effectively.

Our client Rachel Youngman from the Institute of Physics had an opinion piece featured in IFL Science exploring the need for more diversity in physics and how it could help the discipline overall. 

In this article our client Dr. Ems Lord shares the pitfalls of UK universities potential withdrawal of teacher training programs based on government consultation on ITT.

Our client Baluji Shrivastev OBE was interviewed by La Voix on BBC Three Counties Radio about his new album, why being visually impaired makes him enjoy music more and what he said to Prince Charles when he got his MBE!

Our client Tae Hea Nahm wrote an insightful article for Tech crunch helping startup founders to know when it’s the right time to scale.  

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Anita Goyal MBE discusses her charity work that led to her MBE in the 2020 Honours list on BBC Asian Network Radio.

Baluji Shrivastev OBE in The Sunday Mirror. Baluji founded the Inner Vision Orchestra, the UK’s first blind orchestra, and has overcome many barriers throughout his life. They played their first live concert since the start of the pandemic.


Our client was featured in Management Today, discussing IR35 and how they were adapting to the new off-payroll rules.

An opinion piece in the Independent for the British Science Association, highlighting how youngsters have been disproportionately affected by Covid-19.

One of our clients on BBC Radio Bristol discussing his new book, Humanizing B2B: The new truth in marketing.

Real Life article with Anita Goyal

Our client Anita Goyal MBE in Woman Magazine’s Royal Special, sharing her memories of meeting Prince Philip at Buckingham Palace.

We got one of our clients, acclaimed blind musician Baluji Shrivastev, onto BBC London to talk about their much-anticipated return to orchestra practice.

In this interview with Response Source, our founder Helen Croydon explains why she started The Media Insider podcast and how it helps us to pitch and secure coverage for our clients.

A lovely, moving feature for ITV News London about musicians from the Inner Vision Orchestra coming together to practice for the first time since lockdown.

Frederik Groce, VC with Storm Ventures, talks to Sky News about the diversity problem in venture capital and what can be done about it.

Excellent interview with Diaine Pascale from Storm Ventures with Techworld magazine.

This piece from Business 2 Community, looked at how to get the most out of ‘content marketing.’ They asked our founder Helen Croydon for some quotes.

As soon as we heard Fereshteh Khousroujerdy’s story, we knew it’d be perfect for the BBC World Service Outlook radio programme, which features untold, unusual and inspirational personal stories from around the world.

Essential reading for investors

Review by What Investment Magazine of Tae Hea Nahm’s acclaimed book, Survival to Thrival: Change or Be Changed.

Full page interview with ITV Dancing on Ice contestant Lucrezia Millarini on her approach to money and career progression in The Mail on Sunday’s Money Section.

Helen Croydon interviewed on the Influential Woman Podcast about writing three books and making the move from journalism to starting a business.

Our founder Helen Croydon recommends her favourite tech podcasts for Information Age.

Our founder Helen Croydon wrote this article on common pitfalls of writing content worthy of earned media coverage.