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Rising Stars ​30 Under 30 2016: Kathryn Bishop

In Retail Jeweller’s Rising Stars 30 Under 30 supplement we present the amazing young talent that exists in the industry. Here we look at Kathryn Bishop.

Kathryn Bishop

Kathryn Bishop

Kathryn Bishop

Consultant and B2B account manager

Facets PR

DOB 21/10/86 Age 29

With an insatiable appetite for B2B news, former Professional Jeweller editor Kathryn Bishop has ensured Facets PR clients are never out of the B2B jewellery titles.

With her unrivalled knowledge of the UK jewellery industry, Bishop – who started her career as marketing manager for boutique independent EC One – offers valuable support to clients wanting to break into the market, by generating newsworthy stories, building brand awareness and driving retailer interest. Bishop oversees all of Facets PR’s B2B accounts, including Assay Office Birmingham, Hockley Mint, Trollbeads and Niki Lissoni.

Furthermore, Bishop is a key player in the team leading the regeneration of Hatton Garden, with Facets PR supporting the BID project. She also became a co-opted member of the Goldsmiths’ Craft & Design Council this year – becoming one of the youngest serving members in the Council’s history, and youngest today.

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