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Kim Fricker ADVERTISING SALES EXECUTIVE


What does your job involve? I’m responsible for sorting out all the advertising. So I find new businesses, maintain relationships with existing ones and help create eye-catching adverts for them.


Is it difficlt to sell adverts? No. Most businesses are keen to advertise with us as they know it works for them. We try not to hound them as they are all busy. We try to remind them to focus on their marketing and plan campaigns that work for them.


Do you have to create adverts from scratch? Sometimes, perhaps for a local plumber who might not have a logo or website. But the bigger companies usually have images ready to go which we work around.


Have you always done this line of work? I used to work for Westward TV in PR and marketing. I got to meet and greet people like Joan Collins and Mary Whitehouse. I also looked after Gus Honeybun – the famous rabbit puppet. He travelled in a cat basket in the boot of my car when I took him to various fetes and shows!


What goes on outside of work? I’m the Co-Founder of the Stoke Fleming Table Tennis Club which I’ve been actively involved with since it started over 15 years ago. I play the piano, belong to a walking group plus usually have various arts and crafts projects on the go.


What does 2018 have in store for you? I’ve just become a grandmother. She’s called Pippa and is adorable.


My daughter and her husband live in Surrey so I hope to visit quite a bit! It’s my 60th


twin sister who lives in Bordeaux so we will plan a big celebration.


What would you do with a million pounds? When I was younger I saw an emerald ring in Lloyd Attree’s and wanted it so badly. I used to walk past everyday and stare longingly through the win- dow! It was a thousand pounds which was well out of my reach, which is a shame because I’ve never seen a nicer ring. When I was around five I bought plastic ones from the corner shop! So I would buy a similar ring and then I could pass it on to my new grand- daughter. I would then try and save the world a little with the rest!


Where are you happiest? Sat on a bench at Bayard’s Cove, watching the world go by – perfect!


birthday year and I have a


Lisa Wyman DESIGNER


Tell us about the role of a designer… I try to make the magazine look good. The articles come to me as a Word documents and a few photos and I try to design them to look as appealing as possible on the page. I also design adverts for any advertisers that need them. I also do the illustrations for the health and beauty page, which I really enjoy.


How did you learn these skills? I did graphic design at Plymouth Art College.


How did you get this job? I worked for several years as a Designer/Art editor at David and Charles book publishers in Newton Abbot, then I took some time out to


have my children. I was on the look out for a part time job, when I saw this new magazine By The Dart land on my door mat. I approached Mark to see if they needed any help with design - he took me up on the offer and I am still here.


Do you like working in the boss’s home? Yes, I thought it might be a bit quiet after the Dartmouth office, and I miss the commute over the river, but we’ve swapped our people watching for bird watching and I’ve actually become a secret twitcher!!


How many hours aweek to you work? Only 10.


Tell us one thing people may not know about you?


I used to play cricket for Devon Ladies.


What do you get up to in your spare time? My husband Russ and I take our daughters to the beach a lot (Indy 12, Daisy 9, and Iris 6). We go paddle boarding and surfing. We go camping quite a bit in the summer, usually near the coast in Cornwall. We’ve just got a pug puppy called Oona who we are all enjoying at the moment.


What is your tipple of choice? Red wine in the winter, white wine in the summer.


What is your ideal weekend away? A hotel by the beach in St Ives.


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