I’m currently studying for a qualification in Public Relations and wanted to get an insight into the workings of a PR agency. I’ve had the pleasure of working with Jellybean over the last few years in my role at a video production company and knew they would be the perfect solution to help me gain the experience I was after.
One thing we beans truly relish is a spot of healthy rivalry. We’re a competitive bunch, you see. Woe betide anyone caught in the crossfire of, say, a genteel game of French cricket. One cross word or a perceived lack of respect for the rules of the game, and things can get pretty ugly pretty quickly, let me tell you.
Here at Jellybean, we really value our beans and as part of our commitment to develop everyone to their full potential we carry out regular reviews and appraisals throughout the year. This ensures everyone receives the recognition they deserve and gives every bean the opportunity to develop in their role. So in the spirit of inclusivity we thought it was only fair to include Whisky, our budding apprentice and favourite furry friend (AKA office dog). Using our tried and tested 360° feedback questions this is a snap shot of how he is progressing since joining us back in December 2016.
We’re delighted to welcome ManíLife craft peanut butter to our growing list of clients here at Jellybean. In case you’ve not already heard of ManíLife or been lucky enough to try their amazing peanut butters (you really must!); we thought we’d tell you a little bit about the brand and what we’re doing to help explode their sales and growth potential in retail and foodservice.
Working in this industry, I’m often embarrassed to admit I’m neither a keen cook nor a baker (as my talents lie more in the realm of eating out). That being said, I certainly wasn’t going to miss out on a fun-filled afternoon with ex-Great British Bake Off contestant, Jane Beedle, and jumped at the chance when invited with a gaggle of girls.