18th October 2012

Xposure’s Fitness Frenzi owner Chris Hillary has appeared in the local paper today in Dover with a half page spread – perfect profile raising for a local business who wants to attract local clients to his fitness classes. Hooray!

Thanks to Kathy Bailes from the KRN Group and to Phil the photographer.


We are all very excited at Xposure following the news last week that our James McIntosh was awarded Farmer's Weekly award for British Food Ambassador of the Year.

Lord Coe presented James with his award which he received for his pioneering work promoting British brands in China.

He had no idea he was going to win, but thought it was a bit odd when he was placed on the top table sitting between some extrememly prestigious people.

Well done James! A totally well deserved award!

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There is great excitement at HOOP (UK) today as it has been announced that the extremely gorgeous Jessie Pavelka, presenter and trainer of the Sky 1 Series, Obese: A Year to Save my Life has offered to help out by donating a 2 hour training session to the highest bidder

HOOP (UK) Limited is a Not for Profit organisation which helps those struggling with issues of obesity. It was launched in July this year and is now working on raising the money needed to be able to apply for charitable status in the UK.

Lee Veasey, one of the HOOP Ambassadors, contributor of series 1 and also a client of Xposure, has been working with Jessie recently on the new series and was able to ask him if he would help out.

Jessie will be back in the UK in November when the session will take place. Meanwhile, HOOP will be organising the bidding through their website.


Finding the right way of getting your name out there onto the World Wide Web is a complicated thing these days. There are just so many ways of doing it.

Our World Food Traveller James McIntosh has got it right. By selecting a topical subject and taking the time to put in links and keywords, he has developed a 'recipe' for success that works.

Good blogging is no accident. It takes time, research and taking notice of the feedback (stats).  Hard work produces results as James is now enjoying. Recently he appeared in a Financial Times article. We asked the researcher how they got in touch with us. 'Through James' blog' came the answer!

See how James runs his blog here.



23rd July 2012

James McIntosh, World Cook Book Award Winner and Ambassador for Great British Food abroad, now has his China Stories published on his blog for all to read.

James is also Blogging for China Daily and Rangemaster. He's a busy guy!

Follow James' exploits as he promotes British food around the globe.

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July 19th 2012

Xposure is delighted to be part of the founding team with HOOP UK Limited.

HOOP is a not for profit company limited by guarantee. Founding Director Lesley McCormack has been working for some time now developing ways that can help young people who struggle with obesity. This followed personal expereince that she had with her daughter Allie.

With advice from Professor Paul Gately, expert in childhood opbesity, Lesley decided to take it a step further and create HOOP. She has asked Xposure to help her with the strategic business planning, branding and online promotion.

HOOP's website is now live

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Xposure are delighted to welcome Kaddy into the Xposure collection of lovelies.

Kaddy is a well known figure on our screens in the South East as she presented the weather for the BBC for 11 years as well as during that time presenting the popular regional documentary Inside Out.

Xposure will be working with Kaddy to increase her profile in the South East and create media opportiunities for her through appearances, speaking events and other TV/Radio and media opportunities.

Kaddy is fun and up for a challenge! She is now freelance and woring with businesses and charites across the region.

Read more about Kaddy here.

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Latest News

  • Xposure gets fit with Fitness Frenzi
  • Xposure's Clients Are Very Busy
  • Xposure working with Lee Veasey
  • URGENT! Family Needed for Breakfast TV show

Chris Hillary of Fitness Frenzi, one of the few male Zumba instructors in the Kent area, knows how to keep his classes alive, vibrant and full! After qualifying less than a year ago, Chris now offers 10 classes in the East Kent area and will be getting involved with a wide range of activities in the near future.


Xposure is making sure that Chris's unique talents to inspire and motivate are being noticed by the right people. As his client base and opportunitites grow, Xposure will be working alongside Chris to maximise his potential and help him develop his business in line with his vision.


Chris said

'I am ready to take my business to the next level and Xposure is helping me to get things prioritised and to see a clear way forward. There is so much we are looking at doing together. I am really excited about the future and can't wait to get started.'



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18 months ago Lee Veasey weighed in at over 34 stone! At 29 years old his health was in critical danger and he knew he had to do something about it - fast! After spotting an article in the Sun, Lee applied for the Sky TV series - Obese: A Year to Save my Life.

Lee is now a slim 22 stone and is still loosing weight. He is now a personal trainer and public speaker helping other people to make life saving changes.

Xposure is delighted to be working with Lee in his quest to use his story to change peoples attitudes, motivations and lifestyles.









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Xposure is working with a National Breakfast TV show who are looking for a family to take part in their New Year health segment.

The family needs to have 2 children under the age of 16 and be able to admit that as a family they are not as healthy as they could be. They will be be overweight and generally unfit. The programme will then work with them to make small changes to improve their health, fitness and sense of well being which will be tracked throughout January on the show.

Ideally the family needs to be based in the Kent area.

If you are interested please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  ASAP as filming needs to start next week. Please send your family details, contact details and a short story of where you are now with your health levels.


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