Jennifer Quigley-Jones is the 29 year-old founder of London-based YouTube creator agency, Digital Voices, which is on track to make +£1m this year, having only launched less than two years ago.
Since founding the company with just £500 in her business account, Jenny’s paired YouTube creators with brands across the world to make powerful campaigns. Clients include Rolls-Royce, the RAF, Universal Music, the Post Office, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, London Symphony Orchestra and more. Collectively, Digital Voices’ YouTube campaigns for clients have amassed millions of views.
Jenny prides herself on building a very honest agency and guarantees clients a minimum number of organic views on YouTube for every campaign. Digital Voices normally outperforms the guarantee by between 4-10 times. The company also tends to outperform traditional agency partners, so once clients have worked with Digital Voices and trust its processes, they tend to come back.
Jenny, a member of the London Speaker Bureau, is invited to talk internationally and has been featured by Forbes, BBC News, Sky News, Evening Standard and Campaign to name a few.
Prior to founding Digital Voices, Jenny worked at YouTube, teaching creators to grow on the platform. Before that, she completed her Master's at Harvard University in Middle Eastern Studies, on a full scholarship from the Kennedy Memorial Trust. Whilst there, she specialised in the Syrian crisis and worked with many non-profits and social enterprises, including the International Committee of the Red Cross and the United Nations.