Dreaming of a job reporting from racetracks and motorshows?
The automotive and mobility industry is one gathering momentum as there are new advancements always afoot.
For the journalists trying to keep up and satisfy digital-hungry audiences, you need to have strong networking and interviewing skills to get the best content, explains Alex Kreetzer, editor of Auto Futures, a digital content and news hub on the automotive industry.
He advises on how to manage life both inside and outside the office, as his job has taken him to the Shanghai Motorshow and Monaco F1 Grand Prix, to name but a few.
Save the date: our next Journalism.co.uk social is on Tuesday, 9 July at The Parcel Yard pub near King's Cross. There will be no pitching, presentations or dress codes, just a (very informal) chance to meet and chat with other journos and news industry professionals. See you there!
Our very own Editor @AlexKreetzer_ has been passing on his tips to the next generation of journalists in an interview with https://t.co/h1YploUOuB. Look out for his video interview as part of the ‘so you want to be…’ series coming soon. #automotive #journalism #newmobility pic.twitter.com/WXR85Ep2Bf— Auto Futures (@Auto_Futures) June 20, 2019