Media and News - Journalism

Rita appears regularly on a wide variety of TV and radio programmes on business, brand, marketing and communication issues, including CNN, BBC Breakfast, Newsnight, Channel 4 News, BBC World Service, Radio 4 Today programme and Radio 5 Live.

In 2016, Rita was engaged by and CNBC as an Expert Mentor on a new 6 part TV series “Pop up Start up”.

Rita has been a regular guest on The Bottom Line with Evan Davies, and on Sky News Business Shows including Jeff Randall and Ian King. She recently appeared on the BBC Two series 'Business Nightmares' and also the Steve Jobs documentary 'Billion Dollar Hippy', as well as Any Questions? with Jonathan Dimbleby, BBC Daily Politics show and Sky’s Murnaghan.

Her writing has included the best selling book 'The Future of Brands', and two editions of The Economist book 'Brands & Branding' (buy on Amazon). She has been a reviewer and columnist for the Financial Times, Management Today, The Observer, Retail Week, Admap and Marketing Week, and is a regular commentator in national and internationalpress and magazines.

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