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Exclusive: ‘Wonderous Wordsmith’ – Isabelle Woodford, Sifted in “Swashbucklers 2020”

Exclusive: ‘Small Biz Saviour’ – Kathryn Petralia, Kabbage in “Swashbucklers 2020” | Fintech Finance

If there’s one thing we’re impartial to, it’s a good old fintech article. We can’t get enough of them! Now, we know we’re not the only fintech magazine out there. Of course, we look at our competitors’ content. And every so often we say to ourselves, “You know what? That was brilliant”. Our swashbuckling ship would not be complete without some of the outstanding journalists out there. One of our very favourites is relative newcomer, Isabel Woodford, who writes for Sifted, The Financial Times’ sister publication. We love her insightful and articulate approach. Nice one Sifted! Isabel Woodford, Sifted | Fintech Finance

Unique and Engaging content
Woodford began writing for Sifted in September 2019, and we’ve been impressed by her articles ever since. She has a knack for leaving no stone unturned and finding interesting angles which are sure to keep readers hooked. Unfortunately, we couldn’t get a quote. But we nevertheless take our hats off to this exciting swashbuckler, who is no doubt scribbling away some wonderous news as we write.

One to watch!
Woodford has already made a serious name for herself, and her articles have featured in The Guardian, Reuters, The New York Times and more. We’re sure that we’ll be seeing more of this Swashbuckler in the years to follow. Good luck Woodford! We’re delighted to name exciting new journalist, Isabel Woodford as our next 2020 Swashbuckler.

 


This article was published in Swashbucklers 2020, Page 30

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