Rick undertakes a wide array of writing work for clients, with particular specialisms in the spoken word - including speeches and video scripts - and in thought leadership 'white papers'. A former BBC business journalist, Rick studied English literature
at Cambridge University before joining Arthur Andersen as a management consultant. He subsequently became a journalist specialising in business, spending several years in the BBC's Economics and Business Unit as a reporter for radio and TV.
Nigel handles editorial assignments for a range of organisations including global consultancies, law firms, financial institutions and industry associations. His expertise includes managing publications for clients including London Stock Exchange, Deutsche Bank, Willis and the Serious Fraud Office.
Before helping to launch White Page, he worked for two years as a business travel journalist in Asia and the Middle East, as well as launching a number of business magazines. Nigel qualified as a barrister in 1986, and prior to that obtained a BA in English Literature at Cambridge University.
Adrian works with a wide range of clients on writing assignments covering a broad range of topics and media. He also manages publishing projects for clients in a variety of industry sectors. He has worked as a journalist,
writing for publications including The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Evening Standard and has managed a wide range of business publications. He has a degree in politics and economics from SOAS, University of London.