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Business Journalists you should probably be following on Twitter
by Startacus Admin
With all new and old businesses, the laws and processes of the land are pretty much dictating the activities that a company can or cannot partake in.
As a Startup, business person and entrepreneur; you therefore need to know what’s going on in the world of business!
That’s why we’ve put together this handy list of business Journalists that you and your team should be following for the news globally, and in your area, using the wonderfully handy social network ‘Twitter’ - the direct and (usually) easiest way to contact exactly who you need to talk to.
So getting right down to it, in no particular order;
@emmahaslett An Online Journalist and Business Editor at City AM
and of course, your one stop resource for startup news
@iamstartacus UK Outlet page, covering startup news across the UK and Ireland
Of course, if you know of any other journalists who are very active online and have a lot to say about small business and startups, we’d love to hear about them, why not tweet us, facebook us or email us about them? We’d love to spread the good word of business journalism to the Startacus Community!
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