About

I’m Bonnie, and this is Brave.  He does less of the writing than I do but he’s got a place at Just be Brave because he’s part of the ethos, and everyone needs to draw inspiration from something they care about.

I started my own business providing content and content management services to brands for two reasons – I wanted the freedom to escape to the seaside with my laptop, and I wanted to make content services more affordable for brands by tailoring a package to indivudual requirements.

As a result, I have offices in both Greater London and Devon, and I live the kind of lifestyle that allows me to bring energy and enthusiasm to everything I do.  At the risk of sounding like O2’S ‘Be More Dog’ campaign, that’s where Brave comes in.

My background

To give you a little overview, I trained as a journalist, working in-house for brands and also with two of the biggest content marketing agencies and consumer publishers in London before starting Just be Brave to provide consistent content to brands on a variety of platforms.

At Just be Brave we function a bit like an in-house member of staff, fulfilling both project and ongoing content requirements, except we don’t need desk space and we are probably more cost effective as well.

How it works

Most of our work is based on a rolling package basis.  We create a package of regular and bespoke content for you and your brand (blogs, magazine articles, social media, press releases, guest writing and outreach and website content) as well as putting aside a few hours each month for ad hoc bits and pieces – because they always come up.

However, we also work on projects for brands and individuals, and we also project manage content-centric developments such as websites, corporate gifts and brochures.  We have a network of wonderful people around us from designers to website developers, so if it’s a project that has any connection to content… we can probably help.

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