Percy joined theEword as a content writer in 2008, just as the company was beginning to grow. With over ten years' experience of writing and editing, Percy is as much at home writing news articles for corporate clients as he is doing comment and review features for magazine-style websites.
Initially employed as a content writer, producing articles for theEword's growing portfolio of clients, Percy went on to take the role of editor for WHLN.co.uk. Working within the exciting world of Manchester's nightlife, Percy produced a range of articles for the site on a weekly basis - from restaurant reviews to local news pieces - as well as managing its day to day running. Forging links with people across the city, Percy helped raise the site's profile and foster relationships with a range of businesses and individuals.
Percy is also currently a student on the MA in Creative Writing at The University of Manchester, studying literature and fiction writing.
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