As a freelance journalist since 1996, Bianca Wright has been published in a variety of magazines and online publications, both nationally and internationally, including Global Delivery Report, Technologr,
As a freelance journalist since 1996, Bianca Wright has been published in a variety of magazines and online publications, both nationally and internationally, including Global Delivery Report, Technologr, SA Computer Magazine, M-Business, Discovery.com Business Start-ups, Cosmopolitan and ComputorEdge. She has also ghostwritten two books on the health community in South Africa for ISDS, a European Union initiative and has contributed to the 2001 Black ICT Achievers’ Awards Handbook, published by BMI-TechKnowledge. Bianca was first runner-up in the print business magazine category at the 2002 Telkom ICT Journalist of the Year Awards. She also claimed second place in the special category IDRC award for Reporting on Research and Innovation in the 2002 AISI Media Awards, a pan-African competition drawing entrants from 16 different countries. She is currently based in the UK.
I enjoy challenging work on topics that interest me and that are of use to the general public, particularly in the technology field. More recently I've focusing on writing for women's magazines while still maintaining my regular work for business and technology publications. I am always looking for interesting and innovative story ideas to pitch to my editors. I'm not interested in run-of-the-mill stuff, but fresh, insightful ideas are always welcome. The pitch is as important as the content, because you need to grab my attention as I receive hundreds of releases every month.
business, consumer computing, computing, e-commerce, e-business, IT, Internet, Web, B2B, technology, marketing, human resources, parenting, finance, women's issues, women's health, miscarriage, childbirth, health, women, research, HR, nutrition, health, lifestyle, cyberculture, public relations, science