KBC BUILDS FOR THE FUTURE AS SENIOR MANAGEMENT TEAM SECURE STAKE IN THE BUSINESS

KBC BUILDS FOR THE FUTURE AS SENIOR MANAGEMENT TEAM SECURE STAKE IN THE BUSINESS

The senior management team at KBC PR & Marketing has acquired an 80% shareholding in the business as the travel and tourism specialist looks to build for the future.

Chris Woodbridge-Cox (Managing Director), Lisa Cooper (Director of Trade Representation), David Ezra (Director of PR) and Lynn Lashbrook (Financial Controller) join Kate Burgess-Craddy as owners of the company.

Founded in 1998 by Burgess-Craddy, Sussex-based KBC is among the UK’s leading travel PR, marketing and representation suppliers, and has historically developed a particular specialism in the North American market.

Current clients include Destination British Columbia, Destination DC & the Capital Region USA, Explore Georgia, The Great American West, the Florida Keys & Key West, the Leisure Pass Group, Loews Hotels, Travel Alberta, the US Travel Association, Utah Office of Tourism and the Virginia Tourism Corporation.

Kate Burgess-Craddy said: “Having created and then steadily grown KBC over the past twenty years, I’m now so happy to be able to give the senior team a chance to participate in the ownership of the company.”

Chris Woodbridge-Cox added: “I’m delighted to be joining my senior colleagues in taking a stake in such a well-respected and successful company.

“We have a highly experienced and professional team at KBC, and they work with fantastic clients.  We will continue to offer them the bespoke, personalised service they have come to expect from us, while also expanding into new areas as we develop and evolve the business to meet the needs of the changing travel and communications landscape.

“It’s ‘business as usual’ and we are all very excited about the future”.

 

For more information or images, please contact Chris Woodbridge-Cox,

T: +44 1825 763636  E: chris.woodbridgecox@kbc-pr.com


Natalie Wiles

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