Jane jumped the fence from journalism to PR some time in the last century, swapping film reviewing and editing Pony magazine for the newly created role of head of PR at leading licensing agency CPLG. Some years later she decided that what she really wanted was to work for an agency that met the communications needs of everyone involved in the licensing industry. The rest is email@example.com
Suzy works side by side with Jane (literally and figuratively) as our peerless client contact and support person, ensuring that everyone knows what they are doing, for whom and by when, and that the many balls we regularly juggle all stay in the firstname.lastname@example.org
As social media manager for the company and its clients, Amy is a bit of a chameleon: one minute she’s Betty Boop, another minute she’s discussing gardening products, and, having done that, she starts encouraging people to enter this year's Licensing Awards. Amy also works with bloggers, identifying those who would be right for specific projects. Her engaging manner and attention to detail mean that the bloggers feel genuinely valued and are happy to work with us on a regular basis. Amy has two young children who make a great focus email@example.com
Decia's role is one that can (happily) never be finished: she is responsible for providing clients with coverage details. She supplies PDFs complete with all relevant information, emailed or provided as hard copies depending on people's preferences. For many clients clippings are a 'tool', so ensuring they are supplied on a timely basis is very important. The coverage keeps on coming — and Decia keeps on firstname.lastname@example.org
Researching, writing, editing and proofing quality copy at unfeasible speeds, Vaughan and Martin prepare press releases, placed features and any other copy that clients may need. Both are former professional journalists with many decades of experience between them in trade, technology, consumer and business email@example.com
Researching, writing, editing and proofing quality copy at unfeasible speeds, Martin and Vaughan prepare press releases, placed features and any other copy that clients may need. Both are former professional journalists with many decades of experience between them in trade, technology, consumer and business journalism.