Steve Knight is currently editing the quarterly ADS Advance magazine after spending two years working as the security editor. Recent highlights have included his special report on cyber terror in the UK, and other articles about marine piracy, pandemics and, of course, flooding – where many of the scenarios he foretold have, in fact, come true. See www.adsadvance.co.uk
Steve can often be found at aviation shows around the world, working to produce the Show Business daily magazines. Recent shows have included (among others) the Middle East Business Aviation (MEBA) show, Abu Dhabi Air Expo, Dubai Airshow, and Bahrain Airshow. Thanks to Ian Billinghurst (Billypix) for the photo. For details see www.arabianaerospace.aero
Pictured right: Steve Knight (left) with Aerocomm colleagues Amelia Clark, Alan Dron, Tom Pleasant and editor Alan Peaford at the Bahrain Airshow.
Clare Knight launched Knight Train & Consult PR Ltd at the end of 2010. Based in sunny Hampshire, the PR side of the business covers clients in the charity, retail and consumer arenas. For full details click on the Knight Train PR logo above.
Steve Knight continues to sub-edit the quarterly Arabian Aerospace magazine on behalf of The Times Group and, when the company added African Aerospace to its portfolio, Steve was asked to sub-edit that as well. See www.arabianaerospace.aero or www.africanaerospace.aero
Steve Knight has been working at the CONEXPO-CON/AGG show – the world’s largest exhibition for the construction industry. Steve also worked on similar jobs editing web sites for Route One Publishing in Paris (2012) and Munich (2013).
Training and editorial consultancy continues to go from strength to strength. Recent editorial clients have included the Institute of Internal Communication (various UK locations), National Grid (Warwick), and Western Power Distribution (Bristol). New courses include advanced news editing and headline writing.
Steve’s security expertise sees him working as a writer on the International Maritime and Port Surveillance magazine (due for launch later in 2014).
Overseas clients have included Australian-based Spitfire Communications, where Steve wrote and edited much of the preview material for the Sydney-based Asia-Pacific International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX).
Steve Knight has some pretty candid things to say about the role of internal communicators and the industry as a whole on a recently published blog. See: Dontcompromise.askeurope.com