Lucy joined Nottingham BID in March 2018 and in the summer of 2018 she completed the Certificate in BID Management. Her role involves overseeing the running of the BID, including the operational stream of delivery and effective partnership working to achieve the BID’s strategic 2020 vision for the city.
Lucy has experience in brand management and marketing having previously worked for a health and beauty company and also a family business.
Kate joined Nottingham BID in July 2018 and provides administrative support to the Projects Team. She has extensive and varied experience in retail, hospitality and administration management, having worked for a number of different organisations in the public and private sectors.
Timmy is responsible for managing the It’s in Nottingham social media and digital channels. He is also responsible for the design of our printed and digital promotional content. Timmy was previously freelancing in a social media position before joining the BID in mid 2018.
Nathan is the Business Crime Reduction Coordinator at Nottingham BID. In this role he is responsible for the BID’s crime reduction activities, supporting members in helping them to reduce levels of crime and anti- social behaviour.
His responsibilities include liaising with local authorities and running the city’s digital radio scheme which has over 160 users as well as running the Best Bar None scheme for licensed premises in Nottingham city centre. Nathan also runs the Best Bar None scheme for licensed premises in Nottingham city centre.
In her role as Office and Finance Administrator, Agnes plays a key role in helping to ensure that the office runs smoothly. Prior to joining the BID in September 2016, she had fifteen years experience in similar roles in various sectors including, most recently, in the banking sector.
Kory joined the Nottingham BID in September 2019 and is the main contact for BID members in the office sector. He also supports the Project Executives in promoting events, projects and campaigns to make Nottingham a great place in which to live, work, shop and study.
He has a diverse background in Business Administration, both in the public, and private sectors.
Mosh heads up the BID’s on street team of Street Ambassadors. This team provides support to businesses, acting as an important face to face communication channel between the BID and its members. They are also on the streets of the city centre to provide advice and assistance to visitors to the city.
Heather became a Street Ambassador in 2013, having previously worked as a supervisor in a city centre bar. She really enjoys what she does, particularly building relationships with businesses in the city. She also likes being part of a team that is helping to make Nottingham great.
Darren joined the ambassador team in 2018, having previously worked as distribution operative for various companies. He particularly enjoys meeting new people and building relationships with them, to help make a difference to his home town of Nottingham.