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Ebony Gayle Communications

Speaking engagements &
Workshops

I am a motivational speaker and advocate for independence & entrepreneurship with a passion for helping others escape the rat race and follow their dreams.

 

I enjoying hosting workshops on PR, being an independent consultant and escaping the 9-5 and my 9to5WorkRebels.com work. 

 

 

Please see below list of topics I cover:

  • Public Relations – why it pays to use PR for your business
  • Public Relations –  basics 
  • How to become an independent consultant in any industry
  • How to be a PR/communications consultant
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  • How to escape the 9-5 rat race
  • Going freelance
  • How to start an online business
  • How to write and self-publish your book
  • How to create an online course
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Check out my channel ‘9 to 5 Work Rebels’ on Youtube where I talk about escaping the 9-5 and share PR & business advice.
 
 

Presenting work: 

Fusion plus TV -That’s Wazzup episode 4

http://www.fusionplustv.com/videogallery/thats-wazzup-ep-4-with-fitz-gaynes/

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Colourful radio Production for the following shows:

Sonia Poleon – Colourful life

http://www.colourfulradio.com/presenter/soniapoleon

Sasha Shantel – VIP Room

http://www.colourfulradio.com/presenter/sashashantel

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Testimonials

What My Clients Think

Ebony Gayle has been working with In-spire LS Magazine for over four years and shows a passion and a commitment to the brand and the brand vision. I met Ebony when I was a radio host on the community radio station Colourful Radio and she supported me in the production of my shows lining up guests, sort soundbites etc. Ebony now undertakes restaurant reviews on behalf of my magazine as well as covering other topics and producing the content on our YouTube channel. Ebony is without a doubt an asset to our team.

 

Sasha Shantel – Editor

 

A big thank you to Ebony for her work on getting some of the NHS Confederation’s 2014 annual conference and exhibition content the kind of media coverage it deserved. Her ability to make sense of the maelstrom of ‘stuff’ – including all the internal tensions and anxieties that are so prevalent in the 6-8 week run-up to a major event – was invaluable.

Additionally, Ebony’s calm and methodical approach, superb personal skills, and first-class professional comms skills inspired huge confidence in everyone in the NHS Confederation with whom she worked, and it was immensely helpful to know that she was ‘on it’ in every aspect of the work we put her way (which was plenty!)

We’d be very happy to recommend Ebony’s services.

Georgie Agass – Senior Media Relations Manager, NHS Confederation

Ebony managed our charity launch event with ease; she was organised, creative and had a handle on all things thrown her way. She delivered the brief and was passionate about the charity’s vision and able to convey this succinctly throughout. Ebony has a calm and strategic approach, great communications skills and was a pleasure to work with. I would happily use her services again in the future.

Lee Lawrence – Charity Founder

Ebony is a clear thinking, hardworking communications professional. I really enjoyed working with her and have been delighted to see her career develop.

Stephanie McNamara – Head of Media, General Medical Council

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