Arthur started his journalism career at VNU Business Publications, holding senior editorial positions on Accountancy Age and working across the division’s other titles. He left VNU to join the launch team of Sunday Business and then to freelance more widely. Over the past twenty years, his writing has appeared in the Times, the Daily Mail and numerous trade and professional titles.
Since founding the business with Neil Baker in 1996, he has worked with many businesses and professional bodies on the formulation and delivery of their editorial strategies including the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors, ECIIA, Mazars and Microsoft. Arthur oversees all of our editorial projects.
Marketing, Communications and Member Services Director at the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors
"Arthur and his team produced and edited the Institute’s members’ magazine for ten years. As well as his eye for a good angle in a story, I valued Arthur's deep insight into our field of work and his willingness to learn. I also appreciated the wide contacts base that he developed amongst a our many stakeholders, enabling him to develop relevant ideas, insight and comment at the right time. To cap it all, he was fun to work with – a great sense of humour and a flexible approach to meeting our needs. Such was my faith in him that he also help me develop and deliver a range of non-magazine writing projects."
Pascale Vandenbussche ECIIA Secretary General Belgium
"The European Confederation of Institutes of Internal Auditing (ECIIA) has been working with Arthur and his team for the past 6 years. During that time, he’s helped us create the right image among our stakeholders. That has included re-launching our website and creating a regular blog to capture a permanent audience. In addition, he’s worked with us to create our European Governance magazine, which has really helped us keep our stakeholders updated about our activities in an intelligent and engaging way. Thanks to Arthur's assistance, we are now able to communicate regularly with European Commissioners in a professional manner."