Closing down September 29, 2009Posted by James Warren in blog.
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This is now an ex-blog. I am no longer of this parish. From this point forward you’ll find me over here. Thanks for all the fish.
Atishoo March 18, 2008Posted by James Warren in blog, pr, work.
Crikey, it’s dusty round here. Never mind. Nothing a squirt or two of Cillit Bang can’t sort, I fancy. The really good news is I am musing on a couple of interesting posts and – given that for the first time in about three months I don’t have a pitch this week – these ones may even see the light of day. Who knows.
In the meantime – and I’m pleased to say this is becoming a familiar refrain – we are hiring (as the boss indicated a week or so ago). I am increasingly desparate for some smart, willing, senior digibods to help service all the business mounting up next to my desk (and secure even more global/regional opps, natch). I have projects on the go in the consumer, healthcare, technology, online, government and corporate arenas (arenae?), plus lots of digital video activity bubblnig away too. Something for everyone. If you fancy broadening your horizons and joining a team at the heart of this magnificent company’s future, get in touch at jwarren [at] webershandwick [dot] com. Alternatively, direct Tweet me @jamesdotwarren. You know it makes sense (and even if you don’t, try it anyway).
Not throwing stones July 17, 2007Posted by James Warren in blog, work.
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Great to see another Weber Shandwick blogger join the ranks. Ian Rumsby, EVP Asia Pacific recently launched The Glass House. It’s shaping up very nicely indeed. Welcome, Ian.
Pretty vacation August 17, 2006Posted by James Warren in apropos of nothing, arsenal, blog.
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Not that any of you will notice, but blogging will be light over the next couple of weeks as I am off on my hollibobs. See you when I get back. By which time – with any luck – Arsenal may have got rid of Ashley Cole.
Outted June 19, 2006Posted by James Warren in blog.
So there I was, minding my own business, quietly building up a portfolio of blog entries before launching myself on an unsuspecting blogosphere, when I am encouraged to out myself prematurely. Drew B asks, very politely, why I don't blog. Richard Bailey goes a little further, quite correctly.
Well, gentlemen, here I am. Bear with me as I finish setting up the site. In the next day or so I'll kick things off properly – after which you can expect daily posts (work commitments allowing) and lots of extraordinary insight. Just like this.
Thanks for having me.