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September Four Colman Getty Highlights

The 60th Women of the Year Lunch is taking place in October and award sponsor, ITV’s Lorraine launched their search for their winner in September with last year’s winner Marilyn Baldwin and the Women of the Year Founder’s granddaughter Louise Vaughan. We have generated coverage for some of the 450 brilliant attendees invited to Lunch in recognition of their personal contribution to society. Coverage highlights already include print and online pieces in Liverpool Echo, Bury Times, Chester Standard and The Jewish Telegraph.

This September, the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) published a new report that found that UK public sector workers have the lowest trust in their organisations. Four Colman Getty worked hard to secure broadcast coverage on LBC Radio and BBC Radio Merseyside and regional print coverage in 100 plus publications.

Andrew Harding, managing director of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, spoke to the Financial Times about enticing expat accountants back to their home nations.

The Young Masters Art Prize, established by gallerist Cynthia Corbett, celebrates international contemporary artists who pay homage to the skill and traditions of the past. The shortlisted artists went on display this month at Lloyds Club – the winner will be announced on 29 October.

The shortlist for the inaugural Leading Culture Destinations Awards was announced, with London’s institutions featuring on all of the relevant shortlists. Winners will be announced on 10 October.

Photojournalist David Levene is exhibiting a selection of his favourite Guardian Eyewitness photographs in the new Gallery at Foyles Charing Cross Road, curated by FutureCity. The large scale prints reflect the diversity and strength of this unique double page print spread. Working in partnership with the Guardian picture desk and press office, Chris Baker and Christina Neou-North have set up coverage in The Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Metro, Time Out, Evening Standard, Design Week and Robert Elms BBC Radio London - officially putting the new space on the London art map.

From a striking clock in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar to the changing colour of Madame Bovary's eyes, literature is littered with anachronisms and mistakes. What if writers could call on the wisdom of the crowd to improve their work before it goes to print though? Advance Editions is a bold new approach to publishing which makes good books better by drawing on the knowledge of readers worldwide. Chris Baker, James Douglas and Thomas Marriott launched the website on Tuesday 23 September 2014 by placing opinion pieces by founding author, Hector Macdonald, on FutureBook and Bookbrunch. These were followed by a story in The Observer and interviews with Hector on Canada’s CBC As It Happens and BBC Radio Scotland’s Culture Cafe. Hector was last heard discussing the merits of the idea with Philip Pullman on BBC Radio 4’s World Tonight.

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