Adam Pescod Joins Fleximize as Content Manager

Adam Pescod Joins Fleximize as Content Manager

The former Elite Business editor is aiming to take Fleximize’s content to the next level

16th June 2016

Most people who visit the Fleximize website are seeking some flexible financing to help take their business to new heights. But guess what? We’re not all about the money. At the end of the day, funding can only get a business so far.

If a company is unable to win new customers, attract the brightest talent and tackle the big challenges, it will struggle to get out of the blocks. With that in mind, we decided to add another string to our bow: The Knowledge Hub. An invaluable resource for knowledge-hungry business owners, it is our way of going above and beyond to set entrepreneurs on the path to success.

Suffice to say, we couldn’t deliver The Knowledge Hub without a team of tip-top writers. Since its launch, various members of the Fleximize crew have chipped in with articles on everything from digital marketing to motivating employees. We’ve also had some cracking content from our guest columnists, including Apprenticemakers’ Sophie Hardwick and Love Energy Savings’ Phil Foster. And that’s not to mention our business news hub, where we detail all the big developments from UK plc.

Now, as we set our sights on becoming the go-to resource for British business owners, we’ve bagged ourselves a content manager with serious credentials.

Adam Pescod joins us from CE Media, where he edited its two B2B titles, Elite Business and Elite Franchise. As well as setting the editorial direction for both magazines, Pescod was fortunate enough to interview some of the leading lights from the entrepreneurial and franchising communities, including Sarah Wood of Unruly, Blaze’s Emily Brooke and Harry Ramsden’s CEO, Joe Teixeira.

Kicking off his career as a reporter for the Publican’s Morning Advertiser, Pescod spent his time plying publicans with the latest happenings from the licensed trade. It also saw him judge the preliminary round of the Campaign for Real Ale’s (CAMRA) Champion Beer of Britain competition.

So you could say we’ve picked a man of many talents and many tastes.