JTA Pacific brings industry-leading expertise in Olympic Movement and sports industry communications campaigns to the US West Coast.
We provide acutely targeted, goal-driven public relations and international relations consultancy to major event organizing committees, professional clubs, National Olympic Committees, International Sports Federations and commercial partners.
JTA Pacific understands the political dynamics of sport like no one else. We know the decision-makers, the influencers, the thought leaders and the opinion formers. And we deliver the content you need to lead the conversations that matter: smart, precise, persuasive and authentic.
So if you have an objective in sport, JTA Pacific can help you achieve it. We measure success in outcomes, not clippings.
JTA Chairman Jon Tibbs and his team have spent 15 years leading high-stakes, high-profile campaigns across the Olympic Movement and international sports industry. Established in February 2016, JTA Pacific now brings that gold medal pedigree to the Golden State, based in Los Angeles: America’s most exciting and influential sports market.
Devises winning strategies for high-stakes, high-profile campaigns.
Develops compelling narratives and high-impact messaging.
Creates smart, precise, persuasive and authentic content, including speeches, presentations, media releases, social posts and opinion pieces.
Helps sports industry leaders build their profile and increase their influence.
Secures coverage in the media that shapessports industry opinion globally.
Understands the political dynamics of sports decision-making like no-one else and keeps its clients up to speed with an ever-changing landscape.
Provides media training and best-practice workshops.
Calls upon the talent and experience across the JTA group of companies and its network of consultants in key sports markets, including Central Europe, Russia, China and South America.
Favourite sport: Football to watch, golf to play Unusual skill: Playing the flamenco guitar Favourite communicator. Why?: Sir Alex Ferguson - for what he chooses not to say and his overall economy of words, giving greater importance to the words he does use. The impact of those words is the stuff of legends.
Favourite sport: Skiing, running, tennis Unusual skill: Playing tennis on rollerblades Favourite communicator. Why?: King Hussein I - because he showed that anything is possible through compassion and the power of persuasive communications.
Favourite sport: Rugby Unusual skill: I have murdered 'Delilah' in more countries than anyone on the planet Favourite communicator. Why?: Malcolm Tucker - an unhinged, foul-mouthed poet.
Favourite sport: Basketball to watch, squash to play Unusual skill: I can read ancient languages such as Egyptian hieroglyphics, Babylonian or Sumerian. Favourite communicator. Why?: Ross Noble. He is just so funny!