Our team comprises of senior people who, independently, have become renowned experts in their respective fields. The Jerseys’ backgrounds derive from Media, Technology, Politics, Marketing, Journalism, Law, Finance and PR (in-house and consultancy). We’ve seen it all, and have executed on most of it.
We are seeking to grow the team with sharp and talented people and happy to interview anyone who is ready to join a new agency built to serve a new era of business and deliver in an energetic, accurate and hands on way. Applicants can contact us at email@example.com.
Dominic is a leading PR practitioner with 17 years’ experience advising clients seeking to get in or out of the press and media. He brings to the table blue chip brand communications experience, from previous roles advising Mannesmann, EADS, Centamin Egypt, JC Flowers and Eidos. In the last 10 years, Dominic has been focused on advising private companies, associations and Fully Listed, AIM, ISDX and GXG businesses. He is able to apply big thinking PR strategies to companies of all shapes and sizes and is widely known for the strength of his media black book, energy and ability to deliver results quickly. He formerly ran one of the largest financial PR firms in the country and was a partner at a leading global corporate communications agency. Dominic set up Yellow Jersey in 2009. He believes that all clients should be over-serviced in times of recession and delivers a hands-on role on every account.
Philip is an experienced international board level business executive and consultant. He is a first class communicator and strategic thinker. Corporate experience includes several years at HIT Entertainment plc as a board member, where he developed and implemented the strategic marketing, communications and public affairs plans for the company. Philip was also the first head of corporate and investor relations for listed UK music group Sanctuary Group plc – then the largest independent music group in the world – where he developed and implemented the strategic communications, investor and public affairs requirements of the company globally. In 2012, Philip stood down as Head of PR for the bank Collins Stewart Hawkpoint, following its high profile acquisition by Cannacord Genuity.
Anna has had a myriad of roles within the communications and media sector. A graduate of Loughborough with a 2:1 in Politics and Economics, Anna has worked at a leading London-based Financial PR consultancy and global newswire service Thomson Reuters before working on the campaign team of Zac Goldsmith, MP in 2009. Anna has spent the last two years as communications officer for the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, working within the press office. Anna is responsible for client liaison and management of all media activities and client execution.
Anne has over 15 years’ experience in corporate communications. She currently specialises in brand audits, campaign planning and stakeholder mapping. Her expertise sits in helping organisations ensure that they are saying the right things, to the right people, at the right time. Anne has worked with many of the UK’s leading brands including Skanska, John Laing, Honda and Nestle. She has also helped a number of SMEs and business start-ups develop their communications programmes, and has extensive experience of working with organisations in the third sector – including Raleigh International, The Work Foundation, Centrepoint, St John Ambulance and the British Youth Council. Her career highlights include setting up a temporary press office in the House of Commons for the UK Youth Parliament, and working in Namibia to help promote an international charity’s African development work
Fay joined Yellow Jersey following a 10 year career as a financial journalist, including work at the Financial Times Group and The Economist, where she reported on Private Equity. Fay was also the former editor of France unquote, Private Equity Europe and IR magazine. In 2010, Fay was hired to set up a news division at private equity-backed aviation consultancy Ascend Worldwide, which was later acquired by Reed Elsevier. Fay holds BA Joint Honours and MA degrees in French and Italian from the University of Leeds. After graduating, Fay worked as a radio broadcaster at Lyon 1ère in France.
Jon has nearly 20 years’ experience as a financial journalist, primarily as a UK Stock Market Reporter. He was Markets Editor of AFX News for over 5 years, coordinating equity market coverage for this leading London-based newswire in the UK and on a pan-European basis, which had a healthy focus on smaller capitalisation stocks. After AFX’s takeover by Thomson Corp. in 2006, Jon expanded his Thomson Financial News team to cover M&A specialists and a more focused small cap offering. Thomson’s subsequent takeover of Reuters in 2008 meant the TFN team became submerged in the larger business; here Jon anchored the UK markets coverage.