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Sarah Beard wins Guild’s 2018 Journalism Training Award

This year’s winner of the British Guild of Agricultural Journalists’ Journalism Training Award sponsored by John Deere is Sarah Beard from Worcestershire, whose course work experience placement was with Farmers Guardian. Sarah qualified in 2010…

 

Job vacancy: Agrimetrics - Marketing & Communications Manager

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is passionate about marketing and communications. Agrimetrics has created a fast-growing data resource and data science capabilities specifically for the agrifood sector in order to drive greater…

 

Ireland and UK need each other, agri-journalists told

Brexit could have a big impact on trade in food and and agricultural products between the UK and Ireland, writes Jane Craigie. I attended a recent International Federation of Agricultural Journalists’ (IFAJ) event in Dublin and – and was…

 

Agency partnership offers greater marketing precision

Agro Mavens, the communications consultancy run by Guild member Adrian Bell, has a new partnership with specialist market research agency Research Engine. The partnership will enhance the services available to both agencies’ clients. Agro Mavens…

 

International award presented to Teresa Wickham

Longstanding guild fellow and member Teresa Wickham has been presented with the Award for Women of the Decade in Food, Farming and Innovation. Teresa attended the Women's Economic Forum annual conference in India earlier this year – said to be…

 

Member profile: Sarah Anderson

Guild member Sarah Anderson explains how laughter, land reform and oatcake facts shape her job as a Farmers Journal Scotland reporter. Describe your job in a sentence I’m a reporter for Farmers Journal Scotland How did you get into agri-…

 

Guild members are "vibrant, engaged and proactive"

A survey of Guild members, carried out by Map of Agriculture, has provided insight into what members want and value in the organisation. The survey results were launched at the Guild Harvest Lunch in London on Thursday, 11 October. Guild…

 

Guild Yearbook 2019 – check your entry!

Preparations are underway for the 2019 edition of the much-valued BGAJ Yearbook, which contains a directory of all members, their contact details and professional interests. To ensure the accuracy of this directory, it is essential that all…

 

Obituary: Maxwell Reader

Long-standing Guild Member Max Reader (pictured above, centre, at the Guild's 2017 Harvest Lunch with Alan Stennett and Ben Briggs) has died aged 78 after a short illness. Max served on the Guild’s management council for several years and at the…

 

Swiss tour is a big hit with Olivia Cooper

Guild member OIivia Cooper attended a recent media tour to Switzerland, courtesy of the European Network of Agricultural Journalists. She submitted the following report: As Nike would say: If you haven’t been on an ENAJ tour yet, just do it.…

 

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