Clarity Environmental is looking for contributors to share industry news, expert advice and opinion with the readers of our monthly electronic magazine, clearview.
Clarity has published its popular newsletter, clearview, since 2010. Over the years the publication has grown in success, with over 4,000 business contacts receiving it each month, alongside visitors to our website. Each year we have developed and increased content, news, and opinion to ensure readers find our publication interesting and informative.
Clarity Environmental's Communications Manager, Lucy Brooks, said: "Producing a monthly newsletter allows us to share our latest business developments with those that have an interest in Clarity. We also keep readers informed of wider industry news, changes to relevant legislation, and share advice and opinions from our own team, as well as others within the industry. We receive a great deal of positive feedback on the publication and we're keen to continue developing it each month.
"We've covered a wide range of topics in the past from external contributors, from WEEE recycling in Nigeria, to advice on protecting a business from fire, and regular legislation updates. We would like to hear from anyone who has an idea for a contribution article, news or views or opinions they think would be of interest to our readers. It's a great way to reach a wide audience and will help us to make sure we can continue to inform our readers of the issues that matter to their business."
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If you would like to find out more about clearview and how you can get involved, get in contact with Editor firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd also like to know what you think about our newsletter or any ideas of what you'd like us to cover in future issues. Subscribe here to receive our newsletter in your inbox each month.
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