Entertainment agency Jam hires film PR stalwart Philip Rose for new business role

Film and entertainment PR agency Jam has appointed Philip Rose as commercial director.

Jam new hire: Philip Rose
Jam new hire: Philip Rose
Rose has joined the online specialist agency to lead its new business development and marketing.

He was previously head of film at Clarion Communications, but has spent three years directing the film team at Premier PR. He has also worked for US studios Sony Pictures Entertainment and 20th Century Fox.

Jam’s MD Daniel Robey said: ‘As our business continues to evolve and grow, it’s essential for our success to be supported at a senior level by resources which understand and meet our client’s needs.’

He said: ‘Philip’s business acumen and broad film industry experience will be an invaluable asset for Jam; it’s great to welcome him to the team.’

Jam has offices in London and Los Angeles.

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