Gina Clarke

Freelance Journalist & PR

Gina Clarke is a freelance journalist who has written for most of the national newspapers in the UK.

She has worked in high-profile media outlets such as the BBC, British Forces Broadcasting Service and Press Association since 2005.

In 2016 she launched Gina Clarke Media, which uses her journalism skills across verticals such as health, technology and fintech to offer advice and training courses in media relations.

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Olympian Rebecca Adlington champions the health benefits of pork

Featuring the lesser known pork medallion, her Asian meal was revealed as part of a new campaign to highlight the health benefits of pork. Rebecca said: "I got behind the campaign because I believe in a varied diet. I think we all know the benefits of eating meat like chicken but most of all it's perceived as 'easy'.

Artificial intelligence and fintech

The Fintech Times
In Profile: Charles McManus of ClearBank | The Fintech Times

Each month, The Fintech Times sits down with an industry leader. In this profile, Editor-in-Chief Gina Clarke chats to the CEO of ClearBank, Charles McManus. ClearBank the cloud-based clearing bank, is the UK's first new clearing bank in more than 250 years.

The Biggest Thing To Happen In Blockchain Since Bitcoin

There is no doubt that Blockchain is evolving, right now hundreds of ICOs are currently vying for your investment ready to launch that great new project. But to find the best thing since Bitcoin, you need to look at why Blockchain was created in the first place-for transparency and accountability.

Here's How You Can Validate An ICO Using Your Chrome Browser

Cryptocurrency and blockchain is a world filled with excitement and new technology, but like your Mother always warned, if something seems too good to be true then it probably is. According to recent research by ICO advisory firm Statis Group, over 80% of initial coin offerings (ICOs) were revealed to be scams in 2017.