Socialreporter is written by David Wilcox. I’ve been a print journalist, consultant in regeneration partnerships and community engagement, and for the past few years have explored how to mix face-to-face and online activities for collaboration. This blog is about how we might use social media for social benefit. I live in London.
I work as a freelance on a mix of consulting and social reporting projects. That’s sometimes on my own, but often with other freelances or small companies. Collaborators have included Simon Berry, Dave Briggs, Tim Davies, Andy Gibson, Lizzie Jackson, Drew Mackie, Ed Mitchell, Bev Trayner, Amy Sample Ward, and Cass Business School. Recent clients have been mainly nonprofit organisations, local authorities, and Government departments as well as the Big Lottery Fund and Nominet Trust. In the past they have included Shell UK, BT, IBM, and Marconi.
Here’s how the social reporter idea started. See also projects for work I’ve been doing recently, services for what I can offer, and resources for other sites and publications I’ve developed. Here’s my CV, and below
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