Kim Fletcher

Partner, Brunswick


Kim Fletcher spent 25 years in the national newspaper industry, where he moved from editorial to senior managerial posts. He helps businesses and business leaders make an effective and confident case to investors, analysts, employees and media in presentations, speeches and interviews. He encourages business to look beyond the financial pages in building corporate reputation and to understand the importance of a clear story, supported by evidence.

His clients include DMGT, Kering, Diageo and the Gates Foundation.

He is a former deputy editor of The Sunday Telegraph, editor of The Independent on Sunday and was editorial director of Telegraph Group Ltd. He is author of The Journalist’s Handbook (Macmillan), editor of The British Journalism Review and has been chairman of the UK training organisation the National Council for the Training of Journalists since 2004. Kim has a BA in Law from Oxford University.

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