Business journalist for the Guardian, The Daily Telegraph and The Times
Jon Card has worked as a journalist since 2003 and writes regularly for national newspapers including the Guardian, The Daily Telegraph and The Times.
He is the co-founder of media training company Chiefstorytellers.com and has advised hundreds of entrepreneurs and business owners through events, webinars and conference appearances.
Jon is passionate about helping entrepreneurs to tell better stories and to harness the power of the media.
Jon’s work for the Guardian has included coverage of major national events such as the EU referendum, Budget speeches and General Elections. He says: “Writing for the national press was always an ambition of mine when I was training to become a journalist over 15 years ago.
“To see my work published in titles such as the Guardian, Telegraph and The Times is very satisfying – these jobs have opened many doors for me. I’ve met many interesting and exciting people and my work has given me the opportunity to see major events unfold as they happen.”
Jon has also worked for numerous customer media, contract publishing businesses and B2B publications, such as John Brown Media, Brilliant Noise, Progressive Content and Sunday Publishing. Through these partnerships, he has written content for many major international brands and corporations, such as Barclays Bank, Grant Thornton, PWC, BT and Orange.
“Content is king and this is a message which is clearly being embraced by many of the world’s leading brands. I enjoy some great relationships with customer media publishers and contract media companies, helping them to fulfil their briefs for clients.”
Prior to becoming a freelance journalist, Jon was deputy editor of Growing Business magazine. Jon was educated at the University of Sheffield where he studied modern history and politics.
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