Jodie MacAndrew – BID Manager
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Jodie joined the team in July 2018, having worked as Centre Co-Ordinator, in the Management Team, for a shopping centre in Newbury.

Jodie is responsible for the overall delivery of the BID Business Plan, whilst concentrating on the key objectives, and influencing town centre partnerships. 

Since joining Collectively Camberley, BID Jodie has run successful, large scale events with footfall of over 55,000, implemented new events and innovative campaigns, grown relationships with partners and businesses and has helped the BID go from strength to strength.

In June 2021, Jodie lead Collectively Camberley through a ballot renewal with their highest vote results to date. 93% YES and 96% yes by rateable value. Jodie will take the BID into the third term and start work on the new 2021-2026 Business Plan.

Jodie completed the British BIDs Certificate in BID Management recognition in October 2019 and is currently working towards the Diploma in BID Leadership.

Kyle Wilkie – Marketing & Events Executive
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Kyle joined the Collectively Camberley Team in October 2016 having graduated from the University of Portsmouth studying Media Studies.

Kyle has grown up in the local area, playing for the local sports teams, and knows the town extremely well.

Kyle was at first responsible for all digital content within the BID, including social media, e-marketing and offline content. He now works on the event and project management side of the business whilst still running the digital content and the marketing within Collectively Camberley.

Kyle is now in his sixth year at the BID and is looking forward to continuing to work closely with our BID Businesses across the town as we enter the BID’s Third term after the successful BID Ballot in 2021!

Collectively Camberley Board

Collectively Camberley is a private sector led, not-for-profit company and is governed by a Board comprising of BID levy payers or equivalent voluntary financial contributors. Board positions are unpaid and voluntary and include a mix of all sectors of business that operate within the BID area, as well as the necessary skills required to navigate the BID through its second term.

All Board positions will be voted on through an election process. Invitations are open to all BID businesses and voluntary financial contributors to become members of Collectively Camberley and/or join the Board. Board candidates will be required to complete an application form of their suitability in terms of skills and experience and attend meetings, for a three month period, in an ‘Observer’ role. Directors will be asked to commit to attending a set number of meetings and contribute to the running of the BID