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Posted: Tue 5th Jan 2016

Want your business in the press? Follow these journalists as we reckon they're top of the crop when it comes to covering small business and entrepreneurship.

Here's the @e_nation top small business journalists listing for 2016.

Online journalists (national)

  • Dan MartinDan Martin, head of content, Enterprise Nation

Follow @Dan_Martin

  • Claire BurkeClaire Burke, editor, Guardian Small Business Network

Follow @GDNclaire

  • Dan WilsonDan Wilson, editor, Tamebay

Follow @wilsondan

  • Emma HaslettEmma Haslett, online editor, City A.M.

Follow @emmahaslett

  • Business AdviceFred Heritage, deputy editor, Business Advice

Follow @BizAdvice_UK

  • Hunter RuthvenHunter Ruthven, editor, Real Business and Business Advice

Follow @hunterruthven

  • Jack TorranceJack Torrance, associate web editor, Management Today

Follow @theJackTorrance

  • Mark WilliamsMark Williams, business writer, Start Up Donut

Follow @markiWill

  • Matthew JenkinMatthew Jenkin, editor, Guardian Careers and freelance business writer

Follow @matthewjenkin

  • Megan DunsbyMegan Dunsby, writer and news editor at Startups/Growing Business

Follow @meganstartups

  • Rebecca JonesRebecca Jones, online editor, Business Matters

Follow @R_mjones

  • Chris GoodfellowChris Goodfellow, editor, BusinessZone

Follow @cgoodfellowbz

  • Rachael PowerRachael Power, small business editor, BusinessZone

Follow @rachpower10

  • Stuart RockStuart Rock, editor, Business is GREAT

Follow @stuart_rock

Online journalists (regional)

  • Nick HillNick Hill, Yorkshire editor, Bdaily

Follow @nickhillbdaily

  • Robyn VinterRobyn Vinter, senior reporter, London Loves Business

Follow @RobynVinter

  • Bristol Business NewsRobert Buckland, editor, Bristol Business News

Follow @BristolBiznews

  • Sion BarrySion Barry, business editor, Wales Online

Follow @sionbarry

  • Gareth MackieGareth Mackie, online business correspondent, The Scotsman

Follow @garethmackie

Television journalists (national)

  • Alex ThrelfallAxel Threlfall, editor-at-large, Reuters

Follow @axelthrelfall

  • Ben ThompsonBen Thompson, presenter and correspondent, BBC News

Follow @BBCBenThompson

  • Declan CurryDeclan Curry, business journalist

Follow @declancurry

  • Ian KingIan King, business presenter, Sky News

Follow @iankingsky

  • Kamal AhmedKamal Ahmed, business editor, BBC

Follow @bbckamal

  • Rebecca WearnRebecca Wearn, producer and journalist, BBC Breakfast

Follow @RebeccaWearn

  • Steph Mc GovernSteph McGovern, business presenter, BBC Breakfast

Follow @stephbreakfast

Television journalists (regional)

  • Claudia Liza ArmahClaudia-Liza Armah, business presenter, London Live

Follow @ClaudiaLizaTV

  • Alastair FeeAlistair Fee, business correspondent, BBC South

Follow @AlastairFeeBBC

  • Dave HarveyDave Harvey, business correspondent, BBC Bristol

Follow @BBCBusinessDave

Radio journalists

  • Beth WoodbridgeBeth Woodbridge, producer, LBC

Follow @bethwoodbridge

  • Ben CarterBen Carter, BBC Radio Current Affairs

Follow @Doubting_Ben

  • Katie PrescottKatie Prescott, producer, BBC Radio 4 Today

Follow @kprescott

Newspaper journalists (national)

  • Alistair OsborneAlistair Osborne, chief business commentator, The Times

Follow @aliosborne20

  • Allister HeathAllister Heath, deputy editor, The Telegraph, responsible for business

Follow @allisterheath

  • Amy GrierAmy Grier, former assistant editor at FT's How to Spend It, features editor at Women's Health and Stylist

Follow @amygrier

  • Andrew BoundsAndrew Bounds, North of England correspondent and enterprise editor, Financial Times

Follow @andybounds

  • Andrew LynchAndrew Lynch, deputy business editor, The Sunday Times

Follow @andrewtlynch

  • Annabel DenhamAnnabel Denham, small business contributor, Huffington Post

Follow @AnnabelDenham1

  • Bex Burn CallanderBex Burn-Callander, enterprise editor, The Telegraph

Follow @sparky000

  • David ProsserDavid Prosser, freelance journalist and former business editor, The Independent

Follow @davidprosserind

  • Hannah PrevettHannah Prevett, freelance journalist and contributor, Sunday Times and The Times

Follow @hannahprevett

  • Harriet ArnoldHarriet Arnold, Financial Times Business Life

Follow @HarrietJArnold

  • James QuinnJames Quinn, group business editor, Telegraph Media Group

Follow @jamesrquinn

  • James HurleyJames Hurley, enterprise editor, The Times

Follow @jameshurley

  • Jane HamiltonJane Hamilton, consumer and business writer, The Sun

Follow @jjhamilton

  • Kiki LoizouKiki Loizou, small business editor, The Sunday Times

Follow @kikiloizou

  • Lisa SykesLisa Sykes, editor, Simple Things magazine

Follow @lisasthinks

  • Rosie TaylorRosie Taylor, business reporter, The Daily Mail

Follow @taylor_rosie

  • Luke JohnsonLuke Johnson, weekly columnist, The Sunday Times

Follow @lukejohnsonrcp

  • Philip SalterPhilip Salter, director of The Entrepreneurs Network and small business contributor, Forbes

Follow @Philip_Salter

  • Sarah BridgeSarah Bridge, Mail on Sunday

Follow @sarahbridge100

  • Sarah GordonSarah Gordon, business editor, Financial Times

Follow @sarahgor

  • Simon LambertSimon Lambert, editor, This is Money

Follow @_simonlambert

  • Susie MesureSusie Mesure, features writer, Independent

Follow @susiemesure

  • Tom WelshTom Welsh, business features editor, City A.M.

Follow @TWWelsh

  • Vicki OwenVicki Owen, enterprise correspondent, The Mail on Sunday

Follow @vickiowen

  • Elizabeth AndersonElizabeth Anderson, business reporter, The Telegraph

Follow @lizzyandersonuk

Newspaper journalists (regional)

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