AB Property Marketing (ABPM) was founded in early 2005 by Charlotte Ashton.
Whilst working in the overseas property industry, she identified a need for a specialist PR and Marketing agency 100% dedicated to property. Utilizing her first-class communications skills and true passion for property, Charlotte has spent the last decade building one of the most respected and well-known property PR and Marketing agencies in the marketplace, delivering results for her clients time and time again.
What makes us different?
- Thorough understanding of the UK and Overseas property industries
- Expert marketers offering a 360 degree approach
- Effective communicators with the property media
- Enthusiastic and motivated team of PR and Marketing specialists
- Professional and focused
- Forward thinking and creative
- Individually tailored and flexible services
- We work within your budgets
- We achieve results
Founder and Managing Director
In short, Charlotte's a property girl through and through. She comes from a property family with her Father a Chartered Surveyor and spent most childhood weekends driving around retail parks playing the "spot the selling agent signboard" game! She studied Geography at the University of Birmingham, securing her very first job working for the largest Spanish property agent in the UK. Having come from a self-employed family, starting up on her own was pretty much inevitable and despite having endured many highs and lows, she wouldn't have it any other way. Never far from her iPhone, ABPM is not just Charlotte's work but her passion although she does make time to fulfill her other love - travel. With an ever-growing list of destinations to visit on her bucket list, she isn't doing too badly with every continent ticked off - apart from Antarctica but that's on the list too! - and trips to Italy, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam and Budapest planned for 2016. Charlotte also likes to keep fit and plays hockey regularly as well as undertaking half marathons, triathlons and mad 100km bicycle rides to raise money for the charity she set up in 2011, the Frontiers Foundation.