It’s been a busy month so far, so busy that I haven’t had time to update you about my latest side-project: podcasting! I’ve had this idea in my mind for a while…
Stop selling, start listening
Let’s make cold emails and unwanted sales pitches a thing of the past. How? By empowering businesses and individuals to create better content across the board. I can help you through training or taking on that role myself.
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About Claire Trevien
After obtaining a PhD in French Studies at the University of Warwick I worked in a variety of positions, from lecturer to research editor, before converting to B2B Marketing. In my first year in that role I was shortlisted for Marketer of the Year in the CIM Marketing Excellence Awards, and was ranked 46th most Influential Content Marketer globally by KPS Digital. My passions are social media, content marketing, with a special interest in video.
Oh and I’m a poet, hi 🙂
Responsible for the digital media creation and multi-channel publication of Passle’s content. As well as managing Passle’s content strategy and social media presence, I was also responsible for Passle’s growing series of events including the B2B Content Marketing Toolkit, The Passle Hero Academy, and Digital Privacy in the B2B Landscape (in collaboration with Kingpin).
I am regularly invited to speak on the topic of content marketing or social media at various events including by organizations such as Integrated Live, PM Forum, On the Edge Live, Digital Enterprise Fest, Startup Bootcamp, Marketing Camp, etc.
Module leader for Foundations of Professional Writing in term 1 of LCCM’s brand new Creative & Professional Writing Degree.
I founded Sabotage Reviews and its annual Saboteur Awards, celebrating independent literature in the UK and beyond. Sabotage Reviews exists to provide dynamic commentary and reviews of small-scale and ephemeral literature that might not otherwise receive such critical and public attention. The focus is on independent, small-budget literature; poetry pamphlets, short stories and live performance (particularly open mic events and spoken word shows). We publish an average of 500 reviews each year.
Sabotage is representative of the hugely diverse amount of work actually being made and written in the ‘literary ecology’. We stand for inclusiveness and commitment to new voices in literature.
‘In poetry, if the stale old hierarchies – page v stage, artist v critic, establishment v avant-garde – are crumbling, it’s because of the work encouraged by Sabotage.’ — Susannah Herbert, director of the Forward Prizes and National Poetry Day.
Translation, Writing and Cultural Difference. Distinction.
English and Comparative Literature. 2.1 (Hons)
“I suspect that what Claire doesn’t know about Content Marketing is not worth knowing”
CHRIS GRANT, BABELQUEST
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