Francesco Guerrera, Financial News, Dow Jones

Last chance to claim your place at Cision’s Financial News media briefing

Time is running out to claim your place at Cision’s exclusive breakfast media briefing with Francesco Guerrera, Dow Jones’ head of Europe, and Chris Newlands, editor of Financial News.

Financial News media briefing

Meet Francesco Guerrera and Chris Newlands at Wednesday’s exclusive briefing

Places are filling up fast – and with just two days to go, this could be your last chance to register for Wednesday’s event (25th October) where the audience will discover the best ways for communicators to partner with the media giant.

Launched in 1996, Dow Jones’ Financial News is a weekly title covering European securities, investment banking and the fund management industries.

With an educated readership of UK and European finance professionals, it’s the ideal destination for a wide range of financial and corporate PR stories.

The event starts at 8am and Guerrera (pictured) and Newlands will reveal how they like to work with PRs, the best ways to pitch them ideas and what stories their readers love to hear about.

Audience members will get a free issue of this week’s Financial News, as well as the opportunity to ask your burning questions and even introduce yourself to the journalists at the end of the event.

So, claim your place today using the form below to join a select group of other communicators in meeting Guerrera and Newlands at London’s iconic The News Building – home of The TimesThe Sunday Times and The Sun.

“Francesco and Chris are both experts in their field,” said Philip Smith, Cision’s head of content marketing and comms. “We’ll have the chance on Wednesday to pick their brains on the state of the market while finding out how communicators can enjoy a great relationship with Dow Jones titles like Financial News.”

He added: “These morning briefings are a great to find out what journalists really think about their relationships with the PR and comms community and are a way of understanding the dos and don’ts of pitching.

“The connections the media briefings have facilitated have no doubt helped secure countless pieces of coverage over the years. So, I can strongly recommend securing one of the last few places today, if you haven’t already.”

Claim your place now to attend this exclusive event

Please note, our events are exclusive to clients of Cision, Gorkana and PR Newswire. If you have any questions, email and we’ll be happy to help.

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