JMPUK are delighted to formally introduce Rob Harper, who has joined our growing team as Content and Campaign Director.

Rob will be working across the board with new and existing clients for all creative communications. Our new recruit has an impressive wealth of experience behind him in the creative industry. Working in production for the last 20 years, he has worked on huge rating winners such as Big Brother, to then moving into advertising.

“I found the pace and energy of a creative agency much more in tune with my headspace. During the last 15 years, I’ve worked for a wide range of creative, digital and advertising agencies and production companies for clients such as Land Rover, Red Bull, Barclays, Ferrari, Shell and many more,” Rob tells us.

From working with existing JMP clients to promote a new product or service, through to working with new clients on their yearly comms plan, Robs past experience of producing enables him to think very analytically about the needs of the client in order to get the best ROI.

JMP’s Managing Director, Joe Meredith, sees the arrival as Rob as an exciting next step in the company’s development.

“This is an appointment that very much excites me. For some time now we’ve been looking for someone to join the team with a view to taking us forward as an agency.
“While we’ve made great progress over the years, it’s imperative that as an agency we don’t stand still- and that has probably never been so important. While Rob will come in to add a new dimension to our already very talented team, we hope he will challenge us to continue to improve.
“Rob’s experience speaks for itself and he’s already taken many projects on with great initiative and drive and showcasing the value he will bring to the business and our partners,” said the managing director.
Rob added:  “I’ve been at JMP since the end of February 2020, and so far it’s just been amazing. The team that Joe has put together is fantastic and the output level is already very very high. I’ve been able to bring some of the processes of larger agencies into JMP with the aim of freeing up time for everyone else so that they have more time to work on their role.”