Freelance profile

Antonia Chitty (ACPR)

I write books and features on business subjects, specialising in business promotion, enterprise and start ups. I also write on family friendly and flexible working, and how to start your own business round a family. I have a longstanding specialist interest in health, and covered the subject for Which? magazine. I have a great network of contacts, can find interesting case studies and interview inspiring experts.

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Contact details:

Street: 7a Channel View
Town: Bexhill
Postcode: TN40 1JT
Region/nation: South East
Country: United Kingdom
Telephone: 01424 810 272
Mobile: 07900 580668


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Book writerRates: Print media - writing books
Feature writerRates: Print media
Online journalismRates: Online/writing
Public RelationsRates: PR
from the Freelance Fees Guide.


  • Children/educational materials
  • Disability
  • Health and fitness
  • Business and commerce
  • Women's issues
  • Public relations
  • Lifestyle

Profile last updated: 2008-04-03 11:31:00


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A Guide to Promoting Your Business © Antonia Chitty A Guide to Promoting Your Business
The essential workbook for enterpreneurs."This workbook is an excellent and concise guide to help anyone who is starting up a new business - it gives some excellent advice, guidance and knowledge for new business owners and entrepreneurs. When we started Organix, 15 years ago, tight funding meant we were almost totally dependent upon PR to build brand awareness. It was a crucial element to build the business and get across the passion and integrity that go into our foods for children. Today, PR remains an essential part of our business, and a key tool for reaching out to parents." Lizzie Vann MBE - Founder of Organix Brands Ltd
Family Friendly Working © Antonia Chitty Family Friendly Working
A guide to flexible working, your rights, starting a business, becoming a rep, buying a franchise and more. What every parent needs when life is a struggle. They say ‘necessity is the mother of invention’ and, if you’re a mother, you certainly need to be inventive. Antonia’s book is a great place to start if you’re looking for ideas on how to combine working life and family' Kaye Adams - Journalist and former anchor of Loose Women If you find yourself, as so many mothers do, back in the office trying to squash five days work into four, not seeing your children as much as you’d like while spending almost your entire salary on childcare, this is the book for you. Families magazine 'Many parents have to make tough decisions about returning to work after having a baby. So there is excellent potential for this guide in which a mother and small business advisor shares her ideas for finding work that fits comfortably around having kids.' The Bookseller - Caroline Sanderson