James joined the Guernsey Press as a reporter nearly 30 years ago. He took over responsibility for the newspaper’s business pages in 2011 and became editor of Business Brief in January 2013.
During a brief spell away from the newspaper, he worked in government comms and in public relations, giving him a valuable insight into the requirements of companies looking to build their profile within the islands.
Rosie joined the Guernsey Globe as a reporter in 1999 and moved to the Guernsey Press in 2001. She studied for a diploma in journalism at the Press Association-affiliated Editorial Centre in Hastings.
Rosie worked as part of the Guernsey Press editorial team and served as deputy news editor, news editor and business editor before leaving the paper in 2006.
She spent five years with the Guernsey utilities regulator, the Office of Utility Regulation (now Cicra) where she was office manager with a wide remit of responsibilities that working in a small team brings.
She returned to journalism in 2011 and came back to the Guernsey Press in 2012, where she is also features editor.
Tel: +44 (0)1481 240226
Jean-Claude joined the Guernsey Press commercial print department in 1987 and spent 14 years involved in commercial print sales and print production.
In 2001, Jean-Claude made the move to advertising sales within the Guernsey Press and its associated titles and has headed up the sales of Business Brief in Guernsey for the past six years. Over this period of time, Business Brief has gone from strength to strength, with recent changes well received by readers and advertisers.
Jean-Claude believes that the business community respects the magazine, its longevity and excellent distribution.
Tel: +44 (0)1481 240257
Lorna joined the Jersey Evening Post in November 2012 as account executive for all business advertising.
With 15-plus years’ experience within the telecoms sector both locally and overseas, with previous roles including European senior sales manager and senior business development management positions. , Lorna thrives on meeting new people, developing and maintaining business, exceeding customer expectations and closing partnership-focused deals. Strong, open and honest communication skills, ensures a productive working relationships with clients and peers.
Lorna enjoys the diversity of both print and digital advertising platforms and is proud to have Business Brief as part of the portfolio, enabling clients to have some of the best editorial and advertising exposure the Channel Islands have to offer.
Tel: +44 (0)1534 611710
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