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Ingrid Marson is director of Acorn PR, which provides public relations and marketing services to charities and social enterprises. The company is run on a not-for-profit basis, offering affordable, ethical PR to the third sector.
Before setting up Acorn PR, Ingrid worked in communications for international development charity Computer Aid and as a journalist and editor for online technology news site CNET.
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