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Eloise Keating is the editor of SmartCompany. Prior to joining SmartCompany, Eloise was news editor at Books+Publishing, the trade press for the Australian book industry. Eloise has degrees in media and communications, marketing and business management, and political science. You can follow her on Twitter at @ellykeating.
Paul Brescia is the coordinating editor of SmartCompany Plus. Prior to joining SmartCompany, he produced and edited a book on science/innovation across the Australian economy, and was the editor of Australia's longest-running print-industry trade publication. He has a Masters in Future Journalism, and is most passionate about sound, having started his career in radio. You can follow him on twitter: @pwbrescia
Stephanie Palmer-Derrien is startups and tech editor at SmartCompany, with a particular interest in social enterprise and diversity. When she’s not hounding startup founders, she loves to travel — especially if that involves beaches, animals, food or wine. You can follow her on Twitter at @JournoStef.
Lois Maskiell is a journalist at SmartCompany, passionate about all things business and politics. When she isn’t satisfying her news addiction, she listens to podcasts on culture and theatre. Lois has a master in journalism from Monash University. You can follow her on Twitter at @loismaskiell.
Peter Fray is managing editor of Private Media and editor-in-chief of SmartCompany's sister publication Crikey. He is formerly the editor-in-chief of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Sun-Herald, the editor of the SMH, The Sunday Age and The Canberra Times and the deputy editor of The Australian and The Sun-Herald. In 2013, he started PolitiFact Australia, the country's first stand-alone fact-checking website.
Zoe Dattner is the head of publishing operations at Private Media. Formerly, Zoe worked in the book trade for 15 years, principally in the small press sector, as founder and director of Sleepers Publishing, and general manager of the Small Press Network. You can follow her on Twitter at @zoedattner.
Olivia McDonnell is the associate publisher of SmartCompany. Since beginning her career at The Age, Olivia has spent the last 15 years delivering commercial and audience growth for media organisations large and small. She is a news and politics junkie and a passionate advocate for independent journalism. You can connect with her on LinkedIn.
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