From writing, reviewing and editing for entertainment and lifestyle magazines to heading up PR at a leading licensing agency, Jane spent the early years of her career working for many well-known and respected groups in a variety of sectors. In that time she regularly worked with some of the biggest brands in the business, building up a strong network of contacts in all areas of licensing. She eventually decided that what she really wanted to do was to work for an agency that met the communications needs of everyone involved in the licensing and broadcast industries. She couldn’t find the sort of company she was looking for – so she started her own..
Sian works side by side with Jane (literally and figuratively) as our peerless client contact and support person. She liaises with clients, writers, editors and salespeople to ensure that there is a smooth path from commission to delivery, that everyone knows what is required and when, and that everyone is kept up to date. She also ensures that our clients know what PR opportunities are on the horizon and how we can help clients to make the most of them.
Our senior writers Vaughan and Katie have worked with Kilogrammedia for many years, preparing press releases, placed features, promotional material, speeches, presentations, ad slogans and any other copy that clients may need. They are extremely experienced writers and editors with many decades between them in trade, technology, consumer and business journalism. They are known and respected by both clients and peers. And they are here to help you get your message to the people that matter.
Coverage matters — and Decia monitors and reports coverage in print and on the web –highlighting it in social media. It’s a role that can (happily) never be finished. Decia is responsible for providing clients with any and all coverage details and putting the word out online. She supplies our clients with all relevant information, either emailed in PDF format or as hard copy. She also highlights client news on key social media platforms.