I am currently working on the following projects:

- Let’s Get Britain Working

- Sky News

- thedailychic.com

- ‘Anything is Possible’ Workshops

- Business / Digital Consultant

- Charity

Let’s Get Britain Working is my new site which is launching soon, aimed at helping job-seekers get back into work.

thedailychic.com Launched in September 2010, the dailychic is your one stop shop for all of the very best city bargains the UK has to offer. It eliminates the need to check heaps of sites, bringing all that you need into one site and one email. Check it out here.

Sky News. I am a weekly pundit on the Sunrise breakfast show, alongside Eamonn Holmes. I get to give roofers in leeds my opinion on top stories and issues.

Anything is Possible I firmly believe that we can achieve anything we want from life. We just have to know what that looks like, have a plan of how to get it and know how to keep momentum. I work with a number of people helping them to be their personal best. I offer individual coaching, group workshops and undertake corporate speaking on this subject. If you want to have a chat about you or your company and see how I can help, drop ruth@michelledewberry.com an email.

Business Consultancy I work with a number of organisations as a consultant. I am currently very busy working with tutors brighton organisations who are struggling in the economic climate. I help them prioritise, work out cost savings and motivate their staff. I also help them with their digital strategy. A company I recently worked with reported their best trading day since they had been established following one of my sessions. Read about it in the Financial Times, here http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/f02e0f4a-0ab6-11de-95ed-0000779fd2ac.html. If you wish to discuss my consultancy services, please email info@michelledewberry.com

Charity I think ‘giving back’ is an essential part of life. I particularly support the Prince’s Trust http://www.princes-trust.org.uk/, Action for Children http://www.princes-trust.org.uk/ and Women’s Aid http://www.womensaid.org.uk/