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Whether you’ve an aspiring athlete, an already established star, or you’re involved in the managerial/corporate side. We can lead you to media interaction mastery.

We understand that speaking to the press may be the last thing on your mind before or after the big game. However, there’s no better opportunity to express your personal brand.
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Dealing with rogue questions and communicating through the emotions of the sport is a challenge for anyone, but we can help. Through our ex-journalist expertise, we can ensure that you are a success when speaking to the press.

Dan Ilett

Founder, Erbut Media Training

Who We are?

We are Erbut. We have been the media, and we know what they are looking for. Erbut has trained more than 1000 companies and 200 CEOs around the world in how to speak to top-level and trade media.

Through Erbrut’s bespoke programme, you have the opportunity to diversify your skillset, learn how to articulate your points coherently under pressure and ultimately take control of your interviews. Whether it is to provide quality customer service, or to convey key messages in a marketing campaign, our training is completely tailored to your industry and business desires.
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What's Our Expertise?

Our media coaches are all ex-journalists who have worked for the Financial Times, the Economist Group, the BBC, Sky News and ITN. We train listed, Fortune and FTSE companies such as Google, LinkedIn, BT and Sage.

What Can We Do For You?

Take control of your media communication skills today; simply fill out this form to get into contact with us. Make the first vital step in enhancing your growth both professionally and personally, and be on the way to achieving your dream career ambitions

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We tailor our coaching to meet your needs and teach you how to professionally interact with the media, from public speaking to celebrity TV interviews.

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