Dutch media coverage for Alvimedica

The arrival of Turkish medical equipment maker Alvimedica in the Netherlands attracted nice media coverage thanks to Media Wise.

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A Very Merry Christmas 2012 from Media Wise and The Green Place!

Good communication starts with thorough preparation. We will bring you all the arts, without undue frustration. Crafting crafty messages, drafting presentations. Helping you to make your points to excellent ovations! Good sustainability is crucial to survival. It can be an instrument to kindle a revival. Measure, manage, innovate at each stage of your journey. Spread […]

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ADHD media training in six languages in Stockholm!

In July, Media Wise collaborated in a media training on the topic of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in the Swedish capital, Stockholm. The Media Wise trainers were Emma Robson and native German speaker Carsten Heer. We took the first plane in the morning out and got the last flight back, having provided interview training in six […]

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Media Wise does first Hungarian language media training

In mid-June, Media Wise collaborated in a large-scale media training for experts on heart attack prevention in the Hungarian capital, Budapest. For the first time ever we conducted the training in the Hungarian language, fortunately through a simultaneous translator. “It was a learning experience for the journalist, as well as the ‘trainee’,” said Media Wise […]

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A documentary on the future of the European chemicals industry

In June, Media Wise produced an 8-minute documentary on the future of the European chemicals industry on behalf of Akzo Nobel Industrial Chemicals. The video featured the views of German, Dutch and European sector experts whom Media Wise interviewed on camera on location in Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt and Hamburg. The Media Wise team consisted of […]

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Media Wise adds online communications specialist

Amsterdam, 7 June 2012 — Media Wise is boosting its communications capacity with the addition of Allison Guy, a writer, editor and specialist in online communications. Allison will use her media expertise to create clear, strategic copy and marketing materials for Media Wise clients. An American national based in Amsterdam, Allison holds a BA in […]

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HEINEKEN Sustainability resport goes live

In April Media Wise made the final editorial changes to a printed summary report and more extensive official online Sustainability Report for the international brewer HEINEKEN. Media Wise supported HEINEKEN during the extensive editing and copy writing process spread over five months. HEINEKEN decided to publish the report as an online version only, thereby adhering […]

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Wealth management for all – Media Wise helps launch OXBY

In March, Media Wise helped to get media publicity for a new wealth management company called OXBY, which launched on March 5. OXBY is an initiative of the traditional Amsterdam-based Wealth Management company Velthuyse & Mulder, which offers personalised asset management at a low price. In contrast to the large minimum inlays required by banks, at […]

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Emma Robson explains Media Training on Dutch national radio

Media Wise Managing Director and media trainer Emma Robson explained what media training is all about on the leading national Dutch radio station Radio 1, on Sunday. The live interview aired on the popular youth broadcaster BNN’s breakfast programme Vier Zeven, hosted by Luuk Ikink. The news hook for this item was the allegation in […]

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Corio publishes its 2011 Annual Report and CSR Report with help from Media Wise

Corio NV, Europe’s largest listed retail property manager Corio NV today published its 2011 CSR Report. The report was edited by Media Wise. Corio operates shopping centres in prime locations in five countries in Europe plus Turkey. Germany became its sixth home market in 2011. Corio centres welcomed 410 million visitors in 2011 and the […]

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