Trade Finance Global are looking for student writers
Whether you’ve just started university, have been there for several years, or have recently graduated, we want to hear from you. We’re on the lookout for passionate volunteer writers who have something to say about the economy, business and trade.
What’s in it for you?
Boost your professional reputation and credibility as a writer in the trade, politics and economics space
You’ll be a recognised expert and learn about a niche sector or geography and share your work with a global community
Interview and work with the experts in financial technology, commodities, and business / commercial finance
We will give you access to our 14 week e-learning training programme on international trade
Being a student writer for TFG has been a great experience and one I would recommend for anyone interested in furthering their knowledge of business and trade. The support provided has helped me develop as a writer, and getting to see my work published online was a really great sense of achievement.
With the shifting geopolitical and economic climate, as well as uncertainty on the future of global trade, businesses need strategic guidance on growth and trading overseas.
TFG produces a wealth of educational videos and guides for businesses on topics around trade, and shares industry knowledge through its role as strategic media partners for trade conference providers around the world.
Attracting around 100k monthly visitors, our online publications (the Trade Portal) has a global readership in 185 countries. Our newly launched specialist content hubs provide free guides, thought leadership articles and features on almost every aspect of trade. Our most recent venture, ‘Brexit Business’ is a guide for UK enterprises navigating the complexity around Brexit.
Why Trade Finance Global?
A post on Trade Finance Global is certainly something to shout about. Our readers and audience are a globally engaged cohort in the trade, politics and economics space. So whether you’re early in your trade finance career or looking to provide opinion and expert advice, being a TFG contributor is a great opportunity.
Deadline for Applications is midnight on the 22nd February 2019.
WIN a GoPro HERO4 Session!
What’s more, our favourite writer (judged by a combination most viewed, shared and engaging article) will receive a GoPro HERO4 Session!
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About the Author
Natasha Roston is Head of People and Growth at Trade Finance Global (TFG).
Natasha builds partnerships with Universities and external stakeholders to improve trade education projects. She is passionate about delivering innovative learning experiences to maximize engagement.
In 2022, Natasha led TFG’s Women In Trade campaign on #BreakTheBias, writing an article on the impact of gender stereotypes for gender equality in the workplace.
Natasha is also responsible for TFG careers, culture, and growth. A Level 2 Qualified Coach and Mental Health First Aid Champion, she leads internal training, supporting the holistic wellbeing and professional development of the team.
Natasha worked in education for over a decade before joining TFG. Initially in formal education as a history teacher, and then in leadership roles as a Director of Learning and Head of Classics. Following this, she worked in EdTech as a Learning Design Coach for Aula’s Higher Education platform. In addition to her work at TFG, Natasha volunteers for the Young Women’s Trust as a Work It Out – CV Volunteer.
She holds an MA from Tel Aviv University, a History PGCE from The Institute of Education and a BA from the University of Nottingham. Currently, she is studying for her Level 3 Certificate in International Trade from the Institute of Export & International Trade.
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