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Directors sign for Jersey Bulls

Directors sign for Jersey Bulls

Friday 20 November 2020

Directors sign for Jersey Bulls


Two new Directors are joining the Jersey Bulls board squad to help drive its growth.

The local football team hopes that the signings of Simon Webster and Kirsten Kilby will bring experience and new capabilities to the club’s commercial and marketing activities as they look to build on their record-breaking first season in English football.

Ms Kilby is a former CEO of Berry Bros. & Rudd and Marketing Director at TAG Heuer. In her new role, she’ll be focused on developing the CRM system including all supporter touchpoints, as well as helping to deliver revenue-driving activities with existing and new sponsors.

Mr Webster, whose appointment is intended to drive the Bulls’ growth and development, is the former Group CEO of main Bulls sponsor CPA Global. He recently stepped down from his role, following the firm’s recent sale to Clarivate.

The pair join existing board members Russell Le Feuvre (Chairman), Ian Horswell (CEO), Peter Hall (CFO) and Laura Robertson (Legal Counsel).

Mr Le Feuvre said: “We have long recognised the need to build on the momentum from our first season, to access additional revenue streams and increase our exposure and appeal as a community football club. We have been somewhat hampered this season - like many clubs - by the covid-19 pandemic, however we want to be completely aligned and ready to go as soon as we are able to compete again and fulfil our aspirations as a club.

“We are delighted to welcome Simon and Kirsten to the forefront of our club where their strategic vision, motivation and capabilities will add huge value to the existing board as well as the raft of volunteer committee members.”

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