in the 70s

Charlie Errington

Charlie is an award-winning writer and content strategist with over two decades' experience as a professional communicator. At GoTell he works closely with businesses and design teams to articulate strategy, and develop messaging and corporate reporting.

Before founding GoTell in late 2008 he was a senior writer in a top UK content agency and led new media at a London design group.

Charlie's professional background gives him an innate understanding of commercial and strategic issues.

He began his career in a UK investment bank, where he pioneered derivative-based financial techniques and computer-assisted risk management. He then advised and trained financiers, regulators and information vendors across Europe and Asia. Centaur, his risk analytics software, sold worldwide. He has written two books on risk management.

He holds an MA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) from Oxford University. He is also visually trained, with a BA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths' College, London.

financial engineering

Financial Engineering sets out a methodological approach for managing the risk-reward relationship. Buy it here.

in the 70s

Nicole Cauverien

With a background as a TV script editor, Nicole has an unerring knack for storytelling. For nearly twenty years she has been helping writers realise on-screen narratives.

She began her career as a teacher but soon switched to TV where she was responsible for bringing many well-loved shows to our screens, including Taggart, Monarch of the Glen and Waking the Dead.

Nicole produces multilingual video and coordinates media campaigns for international NGOs.

She is a fluent Dutch and French speaker with a first class BA in English Literature from London University.