Editors Blog

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A better year ahead?

Is it too late to wish everyone a happy new year? I hope not. following a short break over Christmas, January has got off to a really busy start for us as we work on the next edition of TopicUK and Yorkshire Businesswoman magazines. As we have entered another lockdown,

Kevin reaches £1m milestone

Today is the last day of running seven marathons in just seven days that Leeds Rhinos director of rugby Kevin Sinfield is undertaking. As I write this, it has been confirmed that Kevin has raised just over £1m, an incredible amount of money for his former rugby team mate Rob

Yorkshire Businesswoman launching soon

We're getting excited here in the TopicUK office as the launch of Yorkshire Businesswoman magazine gets closer. We are a little over a month away to publishing and already we are having to add more pages due to its popularity. The magazine will feature lots of incredible businesswomen from across

A new office and an exciting new launch

And so it rumbles on, I wonder when there will be an end to Covid-19 and we will be able to resume our normal way of life. I for one miss meeting people in person and having a drink with friends and colleagues. Still, here at TopicUK we remain healthy

Do you want life to return to the way it was?

Only 26% of full time UK workers want life to return to the way it was before lockdown. This is according to the nationwide Covid-19 Remote Working Survey of 1000 people, all of whom are currently working from home, conducted by Censuswide and commissioned by Eskenzi PR. Indeed, more than

We're back in print with anti-bacterial cover

We are delighted to be back printing TopicUK, I certainly missed having a copy in my hand. We still published our digital edition which is becoming more and more popular according to our website stats, but I personally love a printed magazine. Don't forget you can also read the magazine

Huge job cuts in the media

The Coronavirus pandic has wreaked havoc across the globe and many industries have suffered huge losses, aviation and tourism for example are two of the biggest, but spare a thought to the many journalists who are losing their jobs across the country. Everyone fancies themselves as a journalist these days.