the drinks business appoints staff writer

the drinks business is pleased to announce that Edith Hancock has joined the magazine as staff writer.

In her new role, Edith will be writing online news stories for thedrinksbusiness.com on a range of different topics.

Edith comes from the Metro.co.uk where she worked as a freelancer on the lifestyle desk. She has previously written for the MailOnline (Showbiz), Business Insider UK, and has edited the diary column at City AM. 

She has an MA in interactive journalism from City University London and, while studying for a BA in English language and literature at the University of Sheffield, she was the news editor of The Tab.

Edith can be contacted at edith@thedrinksbusiness.com

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