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About Us

What We Do

Zambuni offers a full-service marketing resource for a diverse range of clients – all of whom are linked by their commitment to being sustainable, forward-thinking and innovative.

Our unrivalled understanding of the outdoor lifestyle, hospitality and country sports allows us to achieve major results for our clients with minor investment through creative campaigns and content. Our talented people always think outside the box about the brands we represent. Not least because we know them inside out from using them throughout our everyday lives in field, stream, and town.

We actively seek out partnership opportunities for its clients and contacts with a clear strategy in mind. With our wealth of experience and contacts built up over the past years, we pride ourselves on developing strategic partnerships that last the test of time.

Take a look at our case studies to see how we deliver successful client campaigns from start to finish.

Zambuni, is a rather extraordinary company. Seemingly, in a sea of froth and hyperbole here is an organisation that knows its companies and importantly, knows the audience and how to reach them. I think the most impressive thing about Zambuni are the impressive brands that are carefully nurtured. Having worked a little with the (Zambuni) team, I know, from first-hand experience, the care and panache that is given every facet of their involvement in any project they undertake. In a world of smoke, myth and mirrors: Zambuni is shining clarity.

Charles Jardine, world famous fly fisher

What I really liked from Zambuni PR is how quickly they understood our strategy, brand positioning and key messaging. This way we started working right away. They know how social media is huge, and the planning and execution of our corporate event has been impecable. Thank you to all the Zambuni PR Team!

Lucas Urquijo, Partner and Director at Arrieta Shotguns and Rifles

Team

Claire Zambuni

Director

Email: claire@zambuni.com

Tel: 07921 299990

Claire is Director of Zambuni PR and has combined her passion for field sports and writing talent to become one of the UK’s best-known lady shots and former field sports columnist, building partnerships with the sector’s top media, brands and heavy hitting industry figureheads. Claire communicates this love of the outdoors through her writing, client campaigns and social media. Alongside this, Claire is concerned with welfare and best practice within the shooting industry and has combined this passion by working alongside organisations and brands who triumph this message to the wider industry. Claire is also passionate about encouraging more people to eat and understand game and wild food. She is a member of the Worshipful Company of Gunmakers and a Chevalier of the Order of St Hubert.

How do you like to spend your free time?
I am definitely at my happiest when I am out in nature whether walking, swimming, working on clearing our walnut grove and little river in the South of France, fly fishing or hunting. I hunt for food, the connection to nature it offers me and the opportunity to visit stunning landscapes abroad. Fly fishing has inspired a love of conservation in me and made me experience some of the damaging effects of climate change and pollution first-hand. Loving nature and hunting responsibly are branches of the same tree; I am very much an animal lover and I am also passionate about wild food. My freezer is full of game and I forage regularly, another reason we love the Pyrenees so much as there is always an abundance of seasonal wild food there.

I adore yoga and swimming, especially wild swimming and until recently spent most of my London weekends walking Lola, my working cocker spaniel, in London parks. I adore the French markets and searching for treasures in the vide greniers and brocantes.

Watching a good movie at the cinema is always pretty high up the list with Patrick, my partner and my son Conor or searching out good wine makers in the South of France near our house in the Pyrenees.

What is your favourite part about working for Zambuni?
My favourite part has to be working with clients directly on developing and implementing strategies for their business in more of a consultancy role. This year we have successfully carried out some very interesting projects. I really appreciate the trust our clients put into us to develop a new concept and take it to its conclusion.

I also find it hugely rewarding to use my experience to create strategic partnerships and we actively seek out partnership opportunities for our clients and contacts with a clear strategy in mind. One of the most satisfying parts of my role must also be developing and implementing programs to encourage people to get outdoors and engage in nature.

Emma Sandham

Account Manager

Email: emma@zambuni.com

Tel: 07921 335778

Emma graduated from Oxford Brookes University in 2016 with a degree in English Language and Communication and swiftly moved down to London to begin a career in PR. Emma joined Zambuni in November 2017, after spending 18 months as an Account Executive at a leading B2B Tech PR agency in Kingston Upon Thames where she gained invaluable experience in media and client relations. Now, two years later, Emma continues to combine her love for outdoor pursuits and creative writing, forging great relationships with clients and top-tier journalists.

How do you like to spend your free time?
“Having grown up in the Lake District and studied in Oxford, I spend a lot of time travelling the country visiting friends and family. Otherwise, I can be frequently found fly fishing with friends – a passion that has certainly grown since working at Zambuni. I have always loved country pursuits – growing up shooting and stalking with my dad, so it’s great to have built on this through my job. When in London, you’ll most likely find me at the pub.”

What is your favourite part about working for Zambuni?
“My favourite part about working at Zambuni is absolutely our team. No week is the same in our little office and I enjoy the varied nature of the role. Equally, it is a great feeling to represent brands who share a mutual love for the outdoors, conservation and best practice in their areas of expertise. With a love for writing, I enjoy being able to create engaging content around truly interesting topics such as the efforts of the British Game Alliance and Orvis’ dedication to conserving nature.”

Andy Mundy

Junior Account Executive

Email: andy@zambuni.com

Tel: 07921 335684

Born and bred in Salisbury, Andy has a deep-seated affection for his hometown and the rolling countryside and chalk streams which flank it. Before moving to Oxford Brookes University at 18, he lived in the Chalke Valley; a thriving hub for driven shooting, which has also set the scene for many dog walks with his working fox-red lab – Millie. After graduating, Andy enjoyed two-ski seasons as a chalet host in Courchevel and La Plagne before working for GunsOnPegs.com. Whilst there, he performed a wide scope of roles; including digital marketing, sales and editorial before joining us in 2019.

How do you like to spend your free time?
“I’m lucky enough to be a 1.5-hour train ride from my parents’ house in Wiltshire, so it completely depends if I stay in London or head back home. One common denominator is the pub; whether it’s a rural village inn with a £5 card limit or a traditional London boozer, I’d quite happily bed-in to either! As well as country pursuits such as shooting and fishing, I also love skiing, cycling, photography and cooking.”

What is your favourite part about working for Zambuni?
“My favourite part has to be the clients. Working on projects is so much more rewarding when you share a common interest in what they do. I truly believe that if you find a job you love that you never have to work a day in your life; which certainly rings true when I’m helping to organise an exciting event for Orvis or writing to a creative editorial piece about a Cirrus Inn.”