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Khalid Khattak left a comment for eleonora terrile
"Thanks too Eleonora."
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"Hi Khalid, thank you for becoming my friend."
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eleonora terrile commented on Sueli Brodin's group Women in Media
"Thanks Sueli for adding me as a member and hello everybody, I would like to present you the blog I started with Sylvie Garrone: http://www.petalirossi.com  It gives voice to Italian and foreigners women who are working in defence of human…"
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Job Title
Copywriter, Web Editor, Other
Media Category
News Agency, Online, Other
Name/s of media you are currently involved with
Street news service
Petali Rossi
Personal or Professional Website
http://www.eleonoraterrile.it - www.petalirossi.com
What do you hope to gain from this community?
information - contacts - collaboration
Tell us a little bit about yourself
I worked for 19 years in national and international advertising, direct marketing and digital agencies as copywriter, supervisor, co-creative director (Milano e Roma) , non profit communication expert. Multimedia experience: print, radio, TV, direct mail, digital, posters, ambient.
More than 50 national and international clients such as Avis, European Community, Costa Crociere, Plasmon, Sky, Volkswagen.
More than 50 projects created for not for profit associations and foundations: ActionAid, AISM, AIRC, Amnesty International, Cesvi, Croce Rossa Italiana, FAI, SOS Villaggi dei Bambini, Telefono Azzurro, Unesco, Unicef, Verdi.

Since October 2007 Social Communication & fundraising consultant and teacher.
Since October 2009 blogger in defence of women's dignity: www.petalirossi.com

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At 11:51 on June 14, 2011, Khalid Khattak said…
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