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Robin Fletcher, national director, Boarding Schools Association: "Dyson Media has worked on a number of complex projects and I've always been highly satisfied. On each occasion Steve has used his deep knowledge of the media to conduct specialist research and provide high-grade information on time and on budget. Steve is a highly-experienced journalist, editor and communicator and I know we will call on his services again in the future."

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Neil Rami, chief executive, Marketing Birmingham: "I've always found the media training and advice supplied by Steve to be of a high calibre, drawing on his vast experience. His work is swift, accurate and extremely useful; his can-do approach refreshing."

Martin McGlown, head of regional press for Cancer Research UK: "Dyson Media researched, set up and created more than 20 sensitive case studies, largely with cancer patients and their family and friends. Steve undertook the work himself and, while working quickly and efficiently, he did so with the great care and diplomacy needed, resulting in excellent media coverage."

Stephen Hughes, ex-chief executive, Birmingham City Council: "Steve delivered high-level training to two senior executives and I was very pleased with how this went. Both have seen marked improvements in their media performances."

Emma Clark, marketing manager, National Council for the Training of Journalists: "Steve is a highly-organised and hard-working media trainer. He has a wealth of knowledge and can be relied on to deliver excellent training. He is also friendly and incredibly easy to work with."

Jackie Mould, head of policy, economy and communities, Leicestershire County Council: "I've always been very pleased with the quality, value and detail of Steve’s work – accurate, fast and valuable. In particular, Steve's attention to detail is phenomenal, and doesn't miss a trick in the complex media marketplace."​

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Business: Aston Villa FC; Barclays Bank; Birmingham Chamber of Commerce; Birmingham City FC; Broad Street Business Improvement District; Business Birmingham; Business Enterprise Group; Eurostar; Marketing Birmingham; NEC Group; Northern Defence Industries; Port Vale FC; Reflex Business Services; Royal Mail; Skanska UK; The Marketing Works.

Public Sector: Aston University; Birmingham City Council; Be Birmingham local strategic partnership; Boarding Schools Association; British Library; Centro; European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM); International Relations and Security Network, Zurich; National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE); Nato; Rossendale Borough Council; Royal College of Nursing; University of Sunderland.

Third sector: Aster Housing; Ashram Housing; Aston Reinvestment Trust; Bournville Village Trust; Cancer Research UK; National Housing Federation; Newport City Housing; Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity; YMCA.

Media: BBC; Chemical Watch; InPublishing; The Guardian; Financial TimesJersey Evening Post; HoldtheFrontPage; National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ); North Wales Newspapers; Ofcom; Press Association; Press Gazette; Speed Communications; Clive Reeves PR.