Jane Rogers PR was founded in 2011 by Jane Rogers, a communications and public relations professional with 20+ years’ experience across the not-for-profit, education, electrical and construction industries.
We provide cost-effective, clear and credible content creation, public relations and communications consultancy to help you raise your business profile and get your voice heard.
Whether you need great content for your website, leaflets and other marketing materials or whether you need help planning and delivering your public relations and marketing activity, we can help. Our services are aimed at ensuring you reach the right customers at the right time, through clear and consistent communications.
About Jane Rogers
A Member of both the Chartered Institute of Public Relations and the Public Relations Consultants Association, Jane specialises in content creation and PR for small businesses, charities and the education sector and is passionate about helping you create a voice for your organisation with cost-effective, clear and credible publicity.
Graduating from Oxford University in 1996 with a degree in French and Linguistics, Jane served her PR apprenticeship by promoting the worthy causes receiving help from the Lottery at the Big Lottery Fund.
Following that, time at the Electrical Contractors’ Association, JTL and the Skills Funding Agency, Jane developed her knowledge of business development while she promoted the benefits of training to businesses large and small.
Since forming Jane Rogers PR, Jane has been working with a number of clients large and small. She collaborates with associates in the PR, marketing and creative fields when a project or campaign requires a team approach.
Jane is a keen traveller and francophile and enjoys everything about France. She also loves dancing. She met her husband at modern jive classes and now they are both learning Latin and Ballroom. Jane was a Team London Ambassador for the London 2012 Olympics and also volunteers with a number of organisations helping young people progress with their careers.
Image courtesy of Michelle Richards Photography