Jamie Love (activist)
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|Born||February, 1995 (age 26–27)|
|Alma mater||British School of Bahrain|
Love is of Scottish and Italian descent. He was born in 1995 to Andrew and Giuliana. The family moved to Bahrain after Andrew got a job there and Love studied at the British School of Bahrain. After studying five years at the British School of Bahrain, Love moved to Edinburgh.
Love began his career from the hospitality sector and started his first business called JLUK, after moving to Edinburgh. Later, he moved to London and started working in digital marketing for a fitness company. Love established Monumental Marketing in September 2017. The company focuses on digital marketing and growth marketing. As of March 2019, the company has multiplied its revenue 10 times in the past 12 months.
- Petter Olivia (15 January 2020). "John Lewis is selling make-up for men: A sign of the times or a short-lived stunt?". The Independent.
- Dodgson Lindsay (4 September 2019). "Fake, computer-generated Instagram influencers are modeling designer clothes, wearing Spanx, and attending red carpet premieres". Insider Inc.
- Stan Szecowka (24 April 2019). "BSB TEAM'S BLITZ ON LONDON". Gulf Weekly.
- "How a 23 year old multiplied his revenue by 10 in 12 months". Neconnected. 6 March 2019.
- Charlie Spargo (18 March 2020). "What I've Learnt: Jamie Love, CEO & Founder at Monumental Marketing". Prolific London.
- "Jamie Love, Monumental: Pride 2020, lockdown and the element of surprise". Marketing Gazette. 19 June 2020.
- Emmet McGonagle (17 June 2020). "Pride in London warns silent brands: 'The LGBT+ community will remember'". Campaign.
- Barr Sabrina (27 June 2020). "How members of the LGBT+ community in London are celebrating pride without a parade". The Independent.
- Harkaby Rob (23 June 2020). "Interview. Get to know the fabulous Jamie Love". Outnews Global.
- "Mr Gay Scotland has been asked to return his sash after refusing to compete for the title of Mr Gay Europe". Attitude (magazine). 29 July 2016.
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