Prova. The Italian for ‘testing’. A means to an end. Improving something and making it better. At Prova, we deliver a means to an end. We deliver profound commercial growth through PR and marketing for companies across technology, transport and environmental. With a passion and hopefully a little grace. And great results.
WE’RE A BUNCH OF EX-JOURNALISTS, COMMERCIAL GUYS, MARKETEERS AND PR CAREERISTS. WE KEEP LIZARDS, DO TRIATHLONS, RACE CARS, PLAY CRICKET – AND TALK RELENTLESSLY OF MUSIC. AND CAKE.
A qualified CIPR and CIM marketing professional, Aimee directs a global portfolio of transport, technology and environment businesses. She heads up Prova’s digital team and is passionate about evaluation. In her free time, Aimee enjoys spending time with her lizards and avoiding exercise classes.
Dan is an experienced B2B PR professional, having worked with a number of big-name brands spanning the automotive, environmental and energy sectors. Away from the office, he can often be found moping around Villa Park, or sampling the best artisan ales Warwickshire has to offer!
A B2B PR specialist and published academic, Ed has delivered brand awareness and relationship management campaigns for numerous national and international SME organisations. Outside work, Ed can often be found in the music studio or out in the countryside with his camera.
An experienced media professional with membership association and professional sporting body expertise, Faye is able to produce strong written copy and is confident with both traditional and newer media platforms. Away from the office, Faye enjoys swimming and spending time with her pet rabbit.
Since graduating from art school Gary has racked up over 15 years agency experience and is comfortable working across both print and digital mediums. Outside of Prova he’s a proud father of three, who tries to follow as much sport as they will allow him too!
Originally from Australia, Georgina has a strong background in PR and digital marketing. She enjoys sailing, reading, sewing and other recreational pursuits commonly found in the 1800s.
Since joining Prova in 2014, Jake has worked across a variety of accounts in the automotive, environmental and technology sectors. With a particular interest in digital PR, Jake enjoys all things social media and also enjoys vegetarian cooking and being taken for walks by his border collie, Pearl.
Kieren has headed up some of the UK’s biggest automotive media brands and was a regular TV and radio commentator. As Prova’s head of automotive, he’s a passionate storyteller and takes time out tackling triathlons and riding motorcycles.
A former trade journalist, copywriter and published author, Natalia is an experienced B2B PR professional, with expertise in SMEs and the oil and gas and property sector. Out of the office, Natalia likes cooking and spending time with her (somewhat reluctant) pet cats, Honey and Bunny.
With a passion for all things automotive, motor sport and cleantech, Richard has led the Prova team since founding the agency in 2000. Away from the office, he can often be found pretending to be a DJ, or exploring the Cotswolds on foot.
Sarah is Prova’s head of operations and the facilitator of all things non-PR. Heading up facilities, IT, finance and HR, there is never a dull moment. Life imitates art, with family life as busy as work. Sarah is known for keeping the plates spinning with an air of calm.
Passionate about all things design, Scott graduated with a first-class honors degree in Graphic Design & Illustration from the University of Worcester. He is mad about music and suffers the unfortunate affliction of not being able to leave a guitar shop without adding another to his collection. Aside from music Scott enjoys sports, movies and […]
Simon is an expert in sustainable business, content creation and behavioural change and has a love of writing, social media and PR. A self-confessed caffeine addict, with a passion for good music and a certain underperforming football team.
Sophie has joined Prova having gained media experience through her love of sport. Whilst at university Sophie was involved with both the student newspaper and radio station where she developed her media and communication skills before working at a Premiership rugby club. Away from the office Sophie enjoys going to Twickenham to support England and […]
Sophie has joined the team as an experienced PA and office manager to keep the Prova team on the straight and narrow. Passionate about all things music, she can challenge St John on musical know-how and is also the proud mum of Lola.
A ‘wannabe rock god’, St John has more than 20 years’ experience in professional services, supply chain and automotive PR. At weekends, he can be found taking his motorbike for a spin around the Cotswolds countryside, hoping he can find his way home!
After graduating from Newcastle University with a degree in Politics in 2015, Tom found his passion for PR after completing a number of work placements. In his spare time, Tom enjoys playing and watching football as well as catching up on the latest TV shows and films.
With PR experience spanning both B2B and consumer worlds, Zoe plans and executes strategic campaigns for businesses and brands. When not in the office, she can be found perusing the pages of interior design magazines or brushing up on her photography skills
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