A Business-Savvy Editor
is Not an Oxymoron
Julie Larson Bricher has created many innovative revenue-generating programs, profit
opportunities and cost-saving benefits for the companies with
which she’s worked.
for details on how your organization can benefit from her unique approach to building food safety information business models.
Julie is currently
leading strategic food safety communications efforts for the following organizations:
• Communications Manager
Institute for Food Safety and Health, Illinois Institute
of Technology (IIT IFSH)
• Communications Director
Global Harmonization Initiative
The company has also recently completed
various contracted writing and editing projects for:
• International Product Safety
• Culinology Magazine (Research Chefs Association) and Food
Product Design Magazine
• AIV Food Safety & Microbiology
Oregon School Foodservice
• European Hygienic
Engineering & Design Group (EHEDG)
Quiddity Communications, Inc. is a strategic
communications and editorial consulting firm specializing in food safety science, technology and business messaging. The company
offers cost-effective content development and communications solutions to individuals and businesses across all food safety
stakeholder groups, from food companies to research organizations.
Quiddity offers a host of specialty services that cater to the unique needs of its
clients, from writing articles, web copy and white papers on specialized food safety topics, to preparing and editing confidential
risk assessment and threat analysis reports, to creating comprehensive communications programs and networking events. We work
with you to define, strengthen and communicate the science of food safety within a real-world business model.
Quiddity Communications, Inc. is the latest media-based endeavor of Julie Larson
Bricher, an experienced editor, conference content developer and communications strategist who knows how to build high-quality
content and networking opportunities that meet your business goals.
Julie’s forte is leading successful start-up and established business-to-business
(B2B), scientific and trade association magazines, most recently garnering industry accolades as editorial director of Food Safety Magazine. An award-winning journalist and editor, her skills in creating great
content and building networking communities come from 22 years of covering the food processing, foodservice, retail grocery
and environmental science industries. With a proven talent for identifying strategic editorial- and
marketing-related opportunities that help employers and clients gain market share, drive revenues and
enhance company growth, Julie brings a “science meets business” savvy to all of her projects.
Julie is also an experienced conference session and speaker
organizer, developing timely, high-impact
content on food safety topics delivered by top industry leaders for a number of U.S. and international organizations. She
served as conference program director for the Food Safety World Conference & Expo, developed food safety sessions for
the Food Processing Suppliers Association’s Food Processing Machinery Expo, Fi Europe’s Food Safety & Hygiene Expo food safety and organic industry sessions in Paris and
Frankfurt, and produced full session tracks for the Food Safety Summit & Expo from 1999-2005.
Julie's resume is pretty long, includes lots of accomplishments and provides
an impressive list of food safety leaders who are happy to vouch for her editorial and networking skills. You can request
one by contacting her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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