Nick Renaud-Komiya is a London-based freelance journalist, writer and editor.
Since 2013 he has written extensively on healthcare issues, financial markets and public policy in the UK. Nick has also covered new technology and start-ups, as well as general news.
Nick’s work has been published in national newspapers, magazines, specialist business-to-business media, the regional press, and across all platforms – print, online, social media and blogs.
Nick has an intimate knowledge of the machinery of government and the UK political process, alongside an extensive contacts book.
Over the last five years Nick has worked as a reporter covering complex areas within UK health policy and the European financial markets, in addition to stints covering general news in the national press.
Since going freelance in spring 2017, Nick has worked with a large number of media organisations and brands to produce incisive and engaging editorial products.
Recent clients have included the UK’s leading personal finance website MoneySavingExpert.com, the Economist Intelligence Unit, the political monitoring consultancy DeHavilland, and specialist health tech news site DigitalHealth.net.
Nick has also produced specialised content for clients including Samsung, Allocate Software and Chubb Insurance.
Between 2013 and 2016, Nick was a reporter at Health Service Journal, the widely respected specialist publication covering the NHS in England for an audience of policy makers and senior healthcare managers. During his three years at HSJ, he worked his way up to become a senior reporter.
Nick then covered mergers and acquisitions within the pharmaceutical and healthcare sector across Europe at Mergermarket Group, serving a readership of fund managers and investment bankers.
In addition to writing about new tech entrepreneurs and the start-up scene, Nick has been involved with Globalcom Publications’ media technology magazine and website. He has also lectured on media matters.
Aside from the more conventional news reporting and feature writing work, Nick previously worked as an editorial assistant at Prospect magazine, commissioning blogs and features for the current affairs publication’s website.