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Meet The Team

jp hs colour for websiteJudith brings to her training work a wealth of experience in business communication gained over a career in publishing, branding, marketing and new business development. She was Brand Development Director for illustrated publisher Dorling Kindersley, and Brand Liaison Director for the Superbrands organisation. Judith holds a Masters in Business Management from London Business School.

She also has over 15 years experience publishing books, magazines and partworks and has created, edited and managed consumer publications on subjects ranging from gardening to interior design. She has been involved in publishing start-ups and negotiated intellectual property licensing rights with many global publishers, including household names such as Reader's Digest, Time Life Books and HarperCollins.

tn hs colour for websiteTony combines a life sciences background with a Masters in Business Management from London Business School and has held senior corporate communications positions within FTSE 250 and Nasdaq 100 companies, with responsibilities covering the entire corporate communications and investor relations spectrum.

Tony's science, medicine and technology writing has appeared in The Times, The Independent and numerous lay and specialist publications. He has also broadcast for the BBC and written extensively for the web. Tony's management training role meshes with his work as co-founder and director of online marketplace CQout Ltd, and with corporate communications and copy writing activities for a number of medical device and pharma companies.

Tony is currently engaged in doctoral research into networking at Durham Business School.

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I attended a workshop Tony ran at Bradford University School of Management on the Art and Science of Effective Networking. Some of it evidently rubbed off. The workshop was informative, well presented, engaging and authoritative. It was also, if I recall correctly, my introduction to Linked-In. As well as being professionally helpful, it led me indirectly into the interesting area of Duncan Watts' work on real world networks. My only criticism of Tony's workshop is that it was too short!

Chris Bentley, Bradford MBA