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In today’s Friday Feature, we’re chatting with Anya Meyerowitz, founder of The Publicity Project and hearing how she left her 9-5 to become a journalist.
Anya is a freelance editor, journalist, and publicity coach, who has written for a variety of publications both online and in print, including Marie Claire, Red, The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, STYLIST and YOU Mag. She set up The Publicity Project to help female entrepreneurs get the word out about their brands through the press. She runs workshops and offers 1-2-1 coaching sessions where she shares her insider insights to empower women to do their own PR.
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