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Siobhan is a successful journalist, author and public relations professional. With nearly 20 years’ experience in BBC radio and television news, she has also enjoyed a thriving freelance career writing for national newspapers and consumer magazines. Specialising in parenting issues, her book “Sleep: helping your child to sleep through the night” was published by Hamlyn in 2003. Siobhan took the unusual route of moving into journalism from public relations, and so has a firm grasp of all aspects of the communications business.
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Click Creative’s copywriter Siobhan Stirling to run the London Marathon
Click Creative’s copywriting and public relations expert Siobhan Stirling is currently clocking up the miles training for the London Marathon on 26 April. She is hoping to raise £2,000 for the Multiple Sclerosis Society through her efforts. A fair weather runner, Siobhan set herself the public goal of running the Tunbridge Wells Half Marathon last year to… Read more »
Promoting Rosemary Shrager’s apprenticeship scheme through video and social media
How do you reach out to NEETS, young people who are not in education, employment or training? That was the challenge presented to us when Rosemary Shrager’s Cookery School asked us to help them devise and implement a marketing campaign for their new apprenticeship scheme. The answer is to talk to them through media that they… Read more »
Celebrating our contribution to the community at the KWIB Awards.
It was a real podium moment last night at the Kent Women in Business Awards. As star speaker – and mentor to the stars – Bev James pointed out, we tend to rush past our podium moments. When you’re running a business there’s always the next thing to get on with, the next goal to… Read more »
Clicknetworking breaks down business barriers in Tunbridge Wells
“The best networking event ever!” Anyone who has ever talked to Sarah about networking, will know that she hates it. So it might seem strange that she has set up our own business networking event, in conjunction with Rosemary Shrager’s Cookery School, called Click Networking. But it’s precisely Sarah’s frustration at networking events dominated by… Read more »
Click Creative’s Siobhan Stirling completes Tunbridge Wells Half Marathon
Congratulations to Click Creative’s Siobhan Stirling for completing the Tunbridge Wells Half Marathon in an impressive 1:56:43 Particularly impressive when you realise that six months ago, Siobhan couldn’t run a mile. And even more impressive as Siobhan’s feat enabled her to raise nearly £1,200 for the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Siobhan, who is our copywriting… Read more »
Click Creative’s Sarah Bartholomew a KWIB Award finalist
Click Creative’s Sarah Bartholomew shortlisted for Kent Women in Business Award for her Contribution to the Community We’re not one for blowing our own trumpets, but we wanted to share some good news with you. Our director and founder, Sarah Bartholomew, has been short-listed for a Kent Women In Business Award 2014 for her contribution… Read more »
Moving On Up
If you’ve ever moved house, you’ll know how stressful it is. Multiply that by 100 and you’ll get an idea of the stress levels of moving offices while trying to keep your business active. I have spent hours on the phone making sure that business-essential utilities – electricity, broadband, phones – will be live… Read more »
Hasn’t She Grown?
15 years ago, David and I launched Click Creative Design just as we found out I was expecting our daughter. When Charlotte was born, our fledgling business had to fit around the demands of our newborn. I became adept at squeezing my creativity into the down time when Charlotte napped and juggling business calls while… Read more »
End of another interesting week at Click Creative Design
No two weeks are ever the same and this one has been no exception. Researching packaging options for a new client and pricing a corporate brochure (which will be a great project to work on). Added to which we have supported Love is Boutique’s Charity Fashion Show by way of creating and printing the programmes… Read more »
Another Kent Profile issue in the bag!
Even though I have been creating Kent Profile magazine for over ten years, I am always surprised how quickly each issue comes around! 36 pages focusing on what’s going on in and around the county of Kent – its certainly an interesting one to work on. This issue is no exception – I especially enjoyed… Read more »