Truman & Knightley Educational Trust
Head of Publishing
I was responsible for all aspects of producing and
marketing two annual directories, the 688-page Schools
and the slimmer Where to Learn English in Great Britain.
I rejuvenated both titles and increased advertising
revenue by 40 per cent (in a very limited market) and
sales by 15 per cent. My department was the first to
be computerised, in the days when computers were still
things of mystery and terror.
Truman & Knightley subsequently was absorbed into
the even more delightfully named Gabbitas Thring (now
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