With over 20 years’ experience coaching, mentoring and helping people, brands and businesses to expand and develop, Bev James is also a successful entrepreneur in her own right, having established and grown a number of highly successful companies including The Coaching Academy. Bev is widely known as one of the most influential literary agents in publishing and is responsible for negotiating some of the most successful book deals of all time, as well as being a Sunday Times bestselling author herself; Do It! or Ditch It was an instant hit and is a permanent fixture at the top of the business book charts. Bev was also a highly sought-after mentor, which is now exclusively part of the service for Bev James Management (BJM) clients.
Bev went on to found BJM and now represents an inspirational range of clients who are united by their passion for making a positive difference in the world.
Her aim has and will always be to create a management company with a difference, one that helps clients to amplify their message and turn their brands into sustainable and highly profitable businesses. Bev is a noted authority who has established her career supporting purpose-driven individuals to achieve their goals and dreams, becoming household names in the process. Bev represents a diverse range of clients, including Joe Wicks – The Body Coach, BOSH!, Holly Tucker, Dr Rupy, Owen O’Kane and Caroline Hirons.
Most recently she is proud and privileged to have supported the late Captain Sir Tom Moore and his family to build a literary legacy at the age of 100.
BJM holds a proven track record producing award-winning bestselling books and bringing brands to the forefront of television, publishing, events and digital platforms, and is justly known as an industry leader.
‘Without doubt, meeting Bev has been the most pivotal and influential factor in my career. Bev turned me from a young guy with enthusiasm and ideas into a businessman with a strategy and a clear vision for my future.’Joe Wicks MBE | The Body Coach
‘Bev has the ability to identify potential and maximise it, helping people get the best out of themselves and their business … If you are one of the lucky few to have her as your mentor you are fortunate indeed.’James Caan CBE | Entrepreneur and Investor on BBC’s ‘Dragons Den’