A new look for jbp as it reports significant growth
7 August 2014, News
Celebrating 30 years in business JBP has seen revenue grow to over £2m. It plans to double turnover over the next three years.
Says managing director, Liam Herbert: “We have seen a significant upturn in business over the last 12 months. We have continued to grow with existing clients as well as winning significant new work.
“We are seeing much more demand for high level, strategic communications to support the ambitions of our clients in all sectors.
“The rebrand reflects our ‘business class’ approach to delivering communications programmes that yield a significant return on investment for our clients. We achieve this by providing communications advice with substance, drawing on our knowledge and networks across business, politics and the media.”
He added: “We have invested significantly to meet our growth targets, including in our Coventry office which opened last year and new team members in all our locations.”
JBP’s rebrand focuses on three core communications areas: PR for high potential and mid-market companies; stakeholder engagement for companies involved in complex and significant construction and infrastructure developments; and public policy to provide insights and advice on legislative and regulatory developments.
JBP’s clients include Sainsbury’s, Bosch, National Grid, BAe, Veolia, national law firm Clarke Willmott and pan-European logistics provider Palletways. The company operates across the UK from bases in London, Bristol, Coventry and Cardiff.