Fretté Rogerson is the world’s local agency. With our understanding of how each market is different and our personal relationships built up over three decades we can make you heard, whatever your size.
Liliane Fretté polished her skills in the business of luxury at the Cartier International Group. She was Head of Press and Public Relations for Group, handing licensing (including Ferrari accessories, Baume & Mercier, Yves Saint Laurent, Piaget) and sports sponsorship. Liliane specialises in the communication of luxury and sport.
In 1990, she left the Cartier Group to found her own agency: Liliane Fretté Communication, an agency on a human scale, with the personal touch. Liliane Fretté Communications specialises in public relations and media relations across a range of areas: sport, luxury goods, fashion, beauty, food, tourism and more.
In 2013, the agency launched a new partnership in London, Frette Rogerson PR, with Sabina Mollart-Rogerson, a specialist in international press relations and founder of SeaClear Communications.
Sabina Mollart Rogerson is co-founder and associate director of Fretté Rogerson PR. Sabina has over 20 years experience working in international public relations.
She is from the UK but has lived in France and Spain and is trilingual (English, French, Spanish). Sabina has worked on a variety of international sports and lifestyle accounts and has specialist knowledge of the sailing media.
Her experience includes running the communications for the Audi MedCup Circuit, where she oversaw media partnerships, distribution, media relations and sponsor relations; international press officer on the past three editions of the America’s Cup; international communications for the Vendee Globe round the world race, the Haute Route cycling events, and the Voiles de Saint Barth.
Isabelle studied music at university and went on to teach in Holland and Spain where an interest in foreign languages and culture was sparked.
Isabelle joined Fretté Rogerson PR over two years ago and has worked across projects ranging from the Men's International Handball World Championships to the Haute Route cycling events, ENGIE GC32 Sailing Team and SeaAir, experts in foiling technology.
Working with Sunset+Vine, the world's leading independent sports production company, Isabelle also looked after news distribution for the the 35th America’s Cup and Extreme Sailing Series.
Isabelle currently looks after the international press releations for the Volvo Ocean Race Chinese entry, Dongfeng Race Team, where she is responsible for press trips for all key stop-overs. She also manages news distribution for Oman Sail projects with Sunset+Vine.
Barbara is an Italian communications specialist based in Italy with over 20 year’s experience in the areas of communication, strategic planning, corporate communication, publishing and sport events. During the years she produced communication strategies and activity plans for many different international clients ranging from sponsors and brands to event authorities.
Barbara is a highly skilled coordinator in event organisation, media relations, writing, promotions strategy, below the line contents and productions, social media management.
Barbara works with Fretté Rogerson PR across a whole range of clients including Sunset+Vine distribution projects such as the Longines Global Champions Tour, America’s Cup, Extreme Sailing Series and press relations projects Britvic, Engie, Norauto and many more.
Originally from Italy and working with Fretté Rogerson for the past four years, Vania looks after all the company accounts and administration.
Originally from Siberia, Nikita is a trilingual communications specialist working in English, Spanish and Russian. He is also an autodidact in the fields of design and front-end programming and is responsible for templating most of our press releases, news advisories and reports.
Recent experience includes TV distribution of Abu Dhabi Dessert Challenge since 2016, Longines Global Champions Tour since 2016, as well as international media relations of Handball World Championship 2017 and Salomon Running Festival races 2017.