Book production and publishing
Corporate communications
Content management
Project management
Assistance in public affairs analysis


The aim of my services is to create value that contributes to your business, its reputation and results. The engine of my services is my experience and passion to get things done.

How may I be relevant to your business or organisation? 

  • Book production & publishing
  • Digital content and channel management
  • Analytical problem solver
  • MBA in public affairs (2018—2019)
  • 20 years in communications, of which 13 in corporate communications
  • Regional experience: lived, worked and studied in Latvia, Russia, Denmark, Finland, Germany

Publishing Manager

Book production

Check out my book production management service. I call it BOOKPILOT. It includes guidance through the book production process and managing it as a book production project. I will help you plan, find and manage professional services, and provide tools and platforms for producing and promoting a book. BookPilot helps authors establish the infrastructure essential for marketing and sales. 

Years in communications
of work life -
in communications
News, Stories,
Blog posts
Days on Projects

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Stay Home, Order Online, Adapt

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Latvia, a small country on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea, has so far been one of the least affected by the virus. Foreign Policy is looking into the phenomenon. Here is my take-away from the article. It appears that a medical crisis has helped Latvia resolve its identity crisis and enhanced the public’s sense of safety, as well as the feeling that the national government cares about its citizens.

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Post-lockdown Sweden healthier than the rest of Europe

Slowly entering a post-lockdown phase, one starts to assess the costs of the antivirus measures. Sweden is expected to limit the damage its economy will inevitably suffer due to the post-COVID19 recession. The country is unique in Europe not only due to its “easy” lockdown but also because of some much more fundamental choices nearly impossible for most other countries to replicate.

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