Simon Denyer is an author, blogger, and TV personality. He has written for publications such as Forbes, The Washington Post, and Time. Simon is also a regular panelist on the Today Show and interviewed by CNN, BBC, MSNBC, and made radio appearances. He is the founder of SimonDenyer.com, which provides information on business and personal topics. He is a journalist and an author with more than 25 years of experience.
He served as chief of The Washington Post’s Bureau in Tokyo, which he left in September 2021. Previously, he served as a Reuters correspondent in Nairobi, London, and New York and as a Reuters bureau chief in Washington, New Delhi, Kabul, and Islamabad.
Simon Denyer was born in England in 1966. After completing a degree in law from the University of Cambridge in London, he moved to America in 1990 and became a business lawyer. Simon Denyer has taught media and politics courses in Japan’s two leading universities.
Denyer’s first book, “The Sales Acceleration Formula,” was published in July 2011. The book focuses on using marketing and sales techniques to increase sales for small businesses. Denyer says that his goal with the book is to share the wisdom he’s gained from years of working as a marketing consultant and helping other companies with their marketing needs.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist author of Rogue Elephant: Harnessing the Power of India’s Unruly Democracy published in 2014. He has many Honors and Awards, Bob Considine Award for coverage of international affairs 2016, Human Rights Press Award for best English spot news story 2016, and National Headliner Award for International coverage 2017.
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