Kerri L Watt - Press Page
Hi I’m Kerri L Watt, a Freelance Journalist and author of the bestselling PR book ‘Get a YES! from the press’.
I write and report on business, politics, education and news. I also train marketing teams and company leaders to do their own PR in-house.
I am available to report, write, speak and comment on topics including;
- Business, politics and education news
- PR fails and wins
Below you’ll find recent media coverage and bylines.
Media coverage and bylines
Media coverage representing the self-employed during a global pandemic
Self-employed media campaign
BBC The Victoria Derbyshire Show guest
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Local news reporting
Reporting for local newspapers
How to get rich in PR
A case study on my reaction to the Autumn Statement (image on right)
Huffington Post contributor
The importance of adding personality
Independent Education Today magazine
Building a brand for your school
Natwest Content Live comment
Six ways to make your workspace more creative
Enterprise Nation comment
What entrepreneurs want from the next government
How can podcasts build trust between organisations and their audiences?
With businesses hitting the headlines during the global pandemic, I've been only too happy to contribute to the story and become a voice for the self-employed community. Financially, it's been a tough year for many. Companies have faced closures, had to find new ways...
Just weeks after campaigns to close the nations schools, parents and teachers are now calling for a clear path for primary and secondary schools reopening.
As a seasoned PR strategist, I regularly train companies how to land epic media coverage using only their in-house team. I've taken the leap to strengthen my media skills and become a freelance journalist as well! As part of my training I was fortunate to gain...
Kerri L Watt bio (56 words)
Kerri L Watt is a Freelance Journalist and author of the bestselling PR book ‘Get a YES! from the press’. Since 2015 she has been training companies around the world to do their own PR. Kerri writes and reports on business, politics, education and news remotely from the New Forest, UK. Find out more at www.kerrilwatt.co.uk.