Daily Telegraph coverage for FT Publishing and Lord Lee

The book PR firm Palamedes PR promotes the new FT Publishing title, How to Make a Million Slowly. Copyright Palamedes PR

Book PR agency Palamedes PR secures national exposure for Lord Lee of Trafford, shown here, centre, with Margaret Thatcher

Palamedes PR has today secured national coverage for FT Publishing.

A feature about the publisher’s new how-to investment title, How to Make a Million Slowly, is live on the Telegraph Online, a site which attracts more than 60million unique visitors per month.

The Daily Telegraph is also set to publish a feature about the title in its hard copy Your Money section tomorrow.

The latest national exposure follows key B2B coverage on Every Investor and The Financial Planner Online, which can be viewed in the Palamedes PR book PR portfolio pages here.

How to Make a Million Slowly is penned by the Liberal Democrat peer Lord Lee of Trafford, a former Conservative Cabinet Minister in the Thatcher government, became Britain’s first ISA millionaire after investing £125,000 in a portfolio of around 40 companies 25 years ago.

His book offers private investors “simple, sensible guiding principles” to investing in equities over the long term and offers advice on how to assess the potential of individual companies.

A spokesman for Palamedes PR, a book PR and B2B PR specialist, said: “The latest coverage for FT Publishing is fantastic news. It goes without saying that we are grateful to the Telegraph and its various departments and journalists for their help.”

By Mick Blight

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