The Watford Observer has been telling the story of the highs and lows of our community since 1863. This commitment and focus has secured our place as the most popular media for readers and advertisers alike in the South west Hertfordshire area. That sense of tradition and level of trust makes us the ideal media partner for advertisers who want to capitalise on our connection with the local community. As an advertiser you want the largest possible audience to read the story of your business. Well, in print and online we reach over 100,000 local readers every week. The website is updated 24/7 and gives local businesses a range of dynamic, targeted advertising options as well as access to cutting-edge digital marketing solutions.
If you want people to know about your business, let us tell your story.
Joining us on the judging panel, Sales Director, Sarah Sanderson.
Sarah Sanderson is Sales Director for Newsquest North London, a regional publisher of two paid-for newspapers in East London and Hertfordshire, a portfolio of weekly titles around the M25 and their online platforms. Sarah has worked for Newsquest in various roles and regions for over 16 years. Sarah is also responsible for publishing a series of popular, high-end magazines targeting various sections of the North London, East London and Hertfordshire market including ‘Living’ and ‘Uptown’, which prove popular with the communities they serve. As Sales Director, Sarah works with the Executive Team to set the strategic development of the business which includes direct marketing solutions as well as print and digital solutions. She is responsible for a team of 33 over the region offering print, digital and direct marketing solutions to the North London market place.
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