Staff writer @Inc covering startups with a focus on sustainability, biotech, space & AI.
Rebecca Burn-Callander is the Enterprise Editor. She writes about entrepreneurs, start-ups, SMEs and fast-growth businesses. Former web editor of Management Today Magazine, she is one of Gorkana's top 100 UK journalists to follow on Twitter.
Daniel's focus is on the African tech startup ecosytem. Besides that, he's very passionate about online security and privacy as well as international affairs. He studied International Relations and Media Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand
Vancouver Sun Business Reporter covering entrepreneurship, small business, retail, design, architecture, film and other creative industries.
Editor of @GlobeSmallBiz at The Globe & Mail. Interested in entrepreneurship, politics, media, technology, finance and food.
I’ve been based in Toulouse, France where I write about technology, startups, culture, and travel for a range of publications. Before coming to France, I spent 15 years covering Silicon Valley for the San Jose Mercury News and the Los Angeles Times.
Pamela covers entrepreneurs, wealth, blockchain and the crypto economy as a senior reporter across digital and print platforms. Prior to Forbes, she served as on-air foreign correspondent for Thomson Reuters’ broadcast team, during which she reported on global markets, central bank policies, and breaking business news. Before Asia, she was a journalist at NBC Comcast, and started her career at CNBC and Bloomberg as a financial news producer in New York. She is a graduate of Columbia Journalism School and holds an MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Washington Post, Yahoo, USA Today, Huffington Post, and Nasdaq. Pamela’s previous incarnation was on the buy side in M&A research and asset management, inspired by Michael Lewis’ book “Liar’s Poker”.
Nocturnal by nature, a crazy chai addict and a filmy soul. Previously have worked with Deccan Chronicle (South India's leading daily), Bayside Journal (an online portal) and Times of India's MensXP. Now the Features Editor for Entrepreneur India. When not working, either I am glued to my playlist, Netflix, books or you can find me splurging on myself.
15+ years writing stories, 5+ breaking bad with them. I've worked in multidisciplinary roles as a writer, graphic designer, event manager and brand strategist, across a wide range of clients - from startups to major media conglomerates. Efficient & well experienced in ad copy, editing, fiction/feature/content writing. Also proficient at every word processor in the known universe, Adobe's Creative Suite, research projects and tutoring/training interns. While not working I write & read fiction, obsess over motorcycles, travel and play music.
I’m the chief editor of Tech in Asia, Southeast Asia’s leading media, events, and jobs platform. We are on a mission to build and serve Asia’s tech and startup community. A journalist at heart, I go where my curiosity leads. I enjoy telling deep stories that combine narrative, analysis, and punchy prose to sketch both micro moments and macro trends. I enjoy chasing down scoops - breaking stories that no one else has. Wearing my management hat, I enjoy tinkering with content formats. I’ve grown Tech in Asia's reach year-on-year by 3x in 2014, 43 percent in 2015, and 3x in 2016. I oversee editorial strategy and content quality, and transitioned Tech in Asia through many editorial pivots (you name it, we’ve tried it). Lately, I’ve been focusing on creating content that subscribers will pay for.
Karen Gilchrist is a Make It reporter for CNBC. Based in the Singapore office, she covers Asia Pacific entrepreneurship, careers and more.
Mike Butcher MBE is Editor-at-large of TechCrunch. As a writer, editor, interviewer, moderator and columnist in the tech media world he covers everything the smallest tech startups and the largest tech giants. Lately, he’s been writing a lot about Blockchain and Crypto.
Reporter at @TheSundayTimes business desk @ST_Business , covering housebuilding, entrepreneurs and venture.
Freelance Journalist: Technology, Startups,Female Founders
James Hurley works as the enterprise editor at The Times, writing about private companies and entrepreneurs. He also investigates corporate misconduct. His series of exposés on Royal Bank of Scotland’s mistreatment of thousands of small companies was praised in parliament.
I'm a senior freelance journalist, commissioning editor and consultant working across online, print, social and video, covering culture, careers, business, start-ups, marketing, technology and travel.
Greig Cameron covers all aspects of business in Scotland from start-ups and entrepreneurs to listed companies and the economy. He has been nominated several times at the Scottish Press Awards and won the best financial/business writer category in 2018.
Business Features Writer @CityAM Marketing, Advertising, Data, Tech, and Entrepreneurs.
I am a New York-based reporter with The Wall Street Journal, covering small business and entrepreneurship. I primarily write about the challenges facing small businesses and startups, how firms are grappling with changes in the economy and government policies and other broad trends.
Mitchell Hartman is the senior reporter for Marketplace’s Entrepreneurship Desk and also covers employment. A veteran Marketplace reporter, he was hired in 1994 as an assistant producer on the Marketplace Morning Report, hosted that program in 1996 and 1997 and then served as commentary editor and features editor for all Marketplace productions. Mitchell left Marketplace in 2001 to move to Portland, Ore., where he served as editor of a statewide business magazine, Oregon Business, and was subsequently editor of Reed College’s alumni magazine. In 2008, Mitchell returned to Marketplace to serve in his current position, filing reports from his bureau’s base at Oregon Public Broadcasting in his adopted hometown of Portland. Since 2008, Mitchell has produced a number of broadcast series, including “Different States of Unemployment” (spring 2009) and “Help Not Wanted” (summer 2010). He also traveled to Egypt to cover the Arab Spring.
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