Bridget has worked in the PR and Event Management arena for many years and has a wealth of experience across a broad range of markets including sporting, charitable, clothing and the perfume sectors. Her depth of experience and knowledge enables the team to work in a variety of spheres and to help build awareness and brand consideration with all clients. She is particularly respected by national equestrian journalists and has attended several Olympics in a variety of capacities for the British equestrian teams.
April’s business savvy attitude is evident in her consistent delivery and management of successful campaigns for our clients. April is a Royal Agricultural University graduate and is a great contributor to the team with skills including; writing and managing briefs for creative video content, drone footage and tv production, co-ordinating and attending real and virtual events for clients all whilst delivering measurable results. At events April can be found supervising media centres whilst ensuring sponsors requirements are fully met.
In previous roles April has worked with Audi UK, England Polo, the Hurlingham Polo Association and Beaufort Polo Club.
Outside of work April rides and competes her horse Granite whenever she can.
Since graduating with a Business degree from Bristol Business School, Pippa has acquired a wealth of experience in marketing and PR both client and agency side for many blue-chip companies. First working for Hewlett-Packard in it’s marketing department, running campaigns across the UK and Europe then working for a contract manufacture managing accounts such as Marks & Spencer, Tesco, Sainsburys and Next. Pippa’s passion for all things horse eventually took over and she spent some time working for a horse feed company before joining JB Promotions.
Pippa has a flair for creating eye-catching editorial and press releases to gain clients the exposure they are looking for in both regional and national publications. Building client relationships and strong connections with journalists is key to getting the clients messages across and is an area that Pippa particularly enjoys.
Living on a working farm with her husband and two young children keeps Pippa busy, when she is not at work she can be found driving tractors, feeding animals as well as looking after her string of horses and ponies. Having grown up in the world of horse racing and evented herself Pippa no longer competes but can be regularly found on the hunting field or riding with her children as well as taking them to all their Pony Club competitions.
Kim has worked in PR both on the client side and agency for over 20 years. Her clients have included Apple, Proctor & Gamble, Nestlé and BT. Kim also worked with Robinsons Barley Water and its association with Wimbledon and Cellnet’s (Now O2) England rugby sponsorship.
Kim has now been part of the team at JB promotions for over four years and has worked with Bridget previously for event and charity clients. Kim specialises in gaining coverage for her clients and uses her creativity and experience to develop campaigns and content, she always has an idea on the tip of her tongue.
Factoid: Kim is also a qualified Medical Herbalist and makes sure the team are taken care of if there are any illnesses around!
Originally from Scotland, Niamh joined the team in January 2018. She graduated from the Royal Agricultural University in 2016 after studying International Equine and Agricultural Business Management. Having joined the team at JBP with an interest in journalism and writing, which was born from her work placement with Redpin publishing. This meant Niamh was keen to get her pen to paper or fingers to keyboard once again and she certainly has had some great features to keep her busy.
Niamh has previously worked in the media centre for events such as Horse of the Year Show and the British Showjumping National Championships, writing press releases, organising interviews and generating content for social media posts.
After relocating to Somerset, Niamh has been reunited with her Hanoverian mare and best friend Nina who she describes as ‘has talent, lacks direction’, the pair of them hope to compete in Senior Newcomers classes. When Niamh isn’t out competing she also enjoys hockey and yoga.
Charlotte is admittedly obsessed with social media, there aren’t many things that go unmissed on her radar. Whether it be planning, creating content or implementing advertising, she’s got it covered when it comes to online platforms. Taking a great interest in audience’s reactions and perceptions, Charlotte adapts content to suit the online audience and its requirements to create the best possible engagement rates whilst incorporating client’s branding and tone of voice.
In between jumping from Facebook to Twitter and back again, Charlotte can be found organising. Managing the shipments of items such as branding banners, embroidery rugs and breeches, competition prizes to buying champagne and organising luxurious 5* accommodation for the team on event! Having worked on an array of previous accounts such as Helly Hansen, Garmin and Chatham, this has enabled Charlotte to gain a concrete understanding of the fundamental aspects of PR and the day to day aspects of account management.
Another JBP graduate from the Royal Agricultural University, Charlotte has horses of her own and although doesn’t compete she can be regularly found at an event, point to point or racing, never too far from a horse perfecting her spectator skills, absorbing as much trivial information as possible!