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Rufus joined the NMA in January 2012 which re-branded in May as Newsworks to reflect the role of newsbrands in the multi-platform world and encourage a greater understanding of their value.
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Delores has worked with the company since its launch in 2003. As well as PA duties, she is involved in organising all of the companies' events.
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Teresa is responsible for legal, contract, regulatory, property, finance and HR issues. She also represents newspapers on the National Readership Survey Technical Committee and manages the Agency Recognition Scheme on behalf of the NPA.
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Vanessa joined Newsworks in September 2012. Her role involves overseeing Newsworks relationship with media agencies and advertisers. Before Newsworks Vanessa was Head of Press at Mindshare.
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Tasked with building day to day relations across media agencies and aiding them with specific research. Natasha has six years experience working in the media industry and began her career at The Publican as a property and retail executive.
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Tasked with building day to day relations across media agencies and aiding them with specific research. Kully has over six years of Technology and Media experience having worked at IDG.
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Judy joined Newsworks in 2005 and her key responsibility is research and insight. Judy worked in publishing and consumer research before making the move into advertising planning.
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David will be responsible for overseeing Newsworks’ 2014 insight programme. He has worked in media research for 33 years, holding senior positions with ITV, Associated Newspapers and Thinkbox, before founding his business (Media Native) in 2011.
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Matt joined Newsworks in April 2013. His responsibilities include updating industry readership figures, sourcing new research, assisting with media agency enquiries as well as finding ads for the creative gallery and case studies for the website.
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Rhona joined the company in 2004. Her responsibilities include delivery of the marketing and communications activity, relationships with Newsworks partners and stakeholders, events and training programmes.
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Sam joined Newsworks in 2013 and her duties include management of the database, helping with the Newsworks events. Sam has worked in publishing for 20 years.
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Ben is responsible for Newsworks’ creative output. He joined in November 2013 having previously been the award-winning art director at The Think Tank agency and senior designer for The Economist group.
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Katie joined Newsworks in April 2014. She is responsible for helping to deliver the creative output for Newsworks - both online and offline.
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Liz joined Newsworks in October 2012 and is responsible for PR, marketing and communications, including the website, e-newsletters and social media channels. Before Newsworks, Liz was the editor of MediaTel’s media news, opinion and research site Newsline.
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Jessie joined Newsworks in April 2013. Her responsibilities include sourcing and writing news stories, assisting with communication and PR plans as well as finding ads for the creative gallery and brand partnerships for the website.
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Andrew joined Newsworks in 2011 and is responsible for the day-to-day management and development of the website as well as assisting with social media and the e-newsletter.
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Visit England ad from the Creative Gallery
Bonne Maman ad from the Creative Gallery
Post Office ad from the Creative Gallery
OMEGA ad from the Creative Gallery
Rekorderlig ad from the Creative Gallery
Havaianas ad from the Creative Gallery
Havana Club ad from the Creative Gallery
Ford ad from the Creative Gallery
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Shift 2013 was the first-ever Newsworks conference, highlighting how newspapers are effective and influential platforms in the multiplatform age.
16 April 2013 - The British Library, London