Presenting at BNI meeting on 16th March

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Carol Miller will be giving the feature presentation this week (Tuesday 16th March) at the BNI Woking meeting

A former national news journalist and editor of the Waitrose internal publication, as well as wide ranging internal and external communications experience, CMM consultancy works in partnership with clients to promote and validate their brand developing a strategy to build achievable goals and maximum impact.

Carol has a special interest in sustainability and is looking to work with people who are passionate about their business, products and service, to use her knowledge and experience of media and communications from all sides to protect and promote their interests. Carol says:

“I bring specialist knowledge of the media, food & drink retail industry and travel & aviation, as well as employee engagement. I aim to build lasting relationships with clients and believe that public relations is the most powerful strategy any business can use to on its road to success.”

To find out more about Carol Miller media contact Carol directly on 01483 773172 or e-mail

Even better, why not come along on Tuesday morning and hear for yourself?!

If you would like to attend (it’s free to visit!), just get in touch by visiting the BNI Woking website or e-mailing – we’d love to see you.


January – the 2020 rollercoaster

A winter sun takes the chill out of a January day crossing the moat of Great Tangley Manor at Wonersh, Surrey

2020 started like a rollercoaster ride and I have yet to take a break – which in part accounts for this late post.

Work of course has been full-on but it’s been all those extras that given it a wow-factor, culminating on January 25 with Carol Miller Media as Match Sponsor for the Woking Football Club‘s match against Yeovil Town in the Vanarama National League .It gave me the heavy responsibility of choosing Man of the Match: I know – I couldn’t believe it either! But OMG what a match! Woking, playing the Yeovil Town in the Vanarama National League, were in the best form they’d been in for ages. The 1 – 0 victory was thanks to a beaut of a goal from Shaun Donnellan but MotM had to go to Moussa Diarra, who was key in Woking’s superb defensive performance.

A gift from Woking FC ‘The Cards’

Being a member of the Business Development Committee for Woking Chamber of Commerce –  another way of giving back to the community where my business is based in Woking, Surrey, it was great to see our first Woking Women In Business Conference take place on 23 January. Having the idea in motion, and worked on it for the last few months, it was exciting to see the response by local business women hosted by Barlow Robbins and a real keenness to keep the initiative going.

Full house for Woking Women in Business (Photography: Anthony Gurr)
Centre Back Moussa Diarra, a gentle giant, towers above me
Meeting journalist Sue Llewelyn was another of January’s highlights

Another treat this month was meeting journalist Sue Llewellyn who ran an instagram course for business members of Surrey Hills Enterprises. Sue was brilliant, she didn’t waste time on the change-your-life blah-blah. The day at beautiful Great Tangley Manor was packed full of great advice lightened with a few funny anecdotes delivered in the way that only a good hack can!


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