Name: Georgia Noble
Job title: Marketing & Social Media Curator
Organisation: Montpeliers Ltd
What do you enjoy most in your role?
I love how different my role is day to day, each day is so different. I feel I am always learning so much while working as social media is constantly evolving. The role is very fast-paced and you are required to be really adaptable and manage your time, but I love being busy so for me it keeps me super motivated! I particularly enjoy creating new content with our team, influencers and brands across the company as it allows me to be creative!
Is there anything about you that you think people would be surprised to know?
When I’m not working in my Marketing & Social Media role, I’m a singer! Before lockdown I had a Thursday night slot at Montpeliers in Bruntsfield and Cold Town House on a Sunday afternoon with my brother Harry.
Once lockdown eases the world as we know will still be a very different place, what do you think the biggest positive change will be once this is all over?
I think lockdown has allowed people to reflect and take the time to think about how they would like to ‘be’ when they emerge from lockdown. For me personally it has allowed me to reconnect with family and friends and I feel really grateful I had them throughout lockdown. I was very busy before lockdown and didn’t feel I had the time to slow down which during that time I was able to do just that!
Are there any brands or professionals in your industry you admire?
I love to use Instagram and Pinterest for ideas and inspiration and follow women who have really pushed their businesses and careers using Instagram as a ‘business’ platform. Accounts such as @negin_mirsalehi who owns Gisou is a very inspirational role model for me for me alongside @katherine_ormerod who has a great mix of style, written content and her personal life!
Which brands do you think are marketing themselves well during COVID-19 and why?
I personally thought Defected Records @defectedrecords and @glitterboxibiza have marketed themselves so well during COVID-19 across all of their social media channels. They have not only had to cancel hundreds of gigs, shows and performances but they thought outside the box and brought everyone an ‘at home’ Defected Virtual Festival which really kept peoples spirits up during lockdown alongside positive social media messages.