Clare Knight launched Knight Train & Consult PR Ltd at the end of 2010. Based in sunny Hampshire, the PR side of the business covers clients in the charity, retail and consumer arenas. For full details click on the Knight Train PR logo above.
Steve Knight (above centre) and Lisa Russell enjoy the joke in Las Vegas while sub-editing a daily news magazine at the CONEXPO-CON/AGG show – the world's largest exhibition for the construction industry. Top of picture: consultant editor Alan Peaford demands more information from managing editor Claire Symes and chief photographer Ian Billinghurst. Picture: Stuart Foley. The show follows up his work sub-editing similar show magazines in Munich last year and in Paris in 2009.
Knight Train & Consult PR has been appointed by Lattitude Global Volunteering to raise the profile of the gap year company regionally, nationally and within the independent schools arena throughout the UK.
Steve Knight continues to sub-edit the quarterly Arabian Aerospace magazine on behalf of TheTimes Group. He also edited the Group’s new Show Business daily magazine at the Middle East Business Aviation (MEBA) show in December 2010. For details see www.arabianaerospace.aero/
Clare Knight has recently been promoted to full membership of the Institute of Internal Communication (IoIC) and is the first person
in history to have progressed from student member, through associate to full membership.
Training and editorial consultancy continues to go from strength to strength. Recent editorial clients have included the National Grid (Warwick), the Legal Services Commission (London) and Western Power Distribution (Bristol).
Knight Train followed up the success of the Internal Communications Accreditation Programme it is administering on behalf of the IoIC by launching the advanced level in January 2011 (see right). More than 80 people have so far signed up for the programme's foundation level. For full details see www.ioic.org.uk
Steve Knight has some pretty candid things to say about the role of internal communicators and the industry as a whole on a recently published blog.