Robert Zarywacz

Business and professional

Robert ZarywaczRobert Zarywacz developed his corporate communications skills with leading international organisations, including British Airways and Baker & McKenzie, before establishing Zarywacz in 1994. Robert's experience at BA included pioneering work in electronic marketing to co-build a 7,000-page Prestel electronic brochure (effectively a web site in 1985) as well as preparing weekly management reports presented to the board of directors. His roles in large corporations and as a partner in his own business enables Robert to work effectively with corporate clients of all sizes.

With an ability to explain complex, technical topics in plain English, Robert is an accomplished copywriter and spent a number of years writing hundreds of news and feature articles on business and technology for The Business Magazine. More recently, Robert has written business content for the Zarywacz weblog at and a variety of material for clients in the industrial, technology, legal and other business sectors.

Robert takes a keen interest in the development of the economy and is a volunteer member of the Leader 4 Local Action Group for North Devon.

Follow and connect with Robert Zarywacz

Robert networks widely online and is pleased to connect with business associates and clients at:

@robertz @ twitter | robertz @ ecademy | robertz @ facebook | robertz @ better networking | robz2z @ LinkedIn | rob-z2z @ Skype

Interests and leisure

As well as writing for business, Robert relaxes through creative writing and has written networknotwork, a full-length comedy play, and is publishing Candyfloss and Pickles, a novel in daily instalments, at and @robznov on twitter. He publishes a personal weblog at

Robert is also an actor and director and volunteer company director of Studio Theatre Ilfracombe (Ltd), which stages six theatre productions every year and hosts monthly theatre workshops.

He is a keen gardener and leads the ecademy gardening club - follow @paradisegarden on twitter.

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