Emma Davis

Emma Davis

Production Assistant / Designer

Emma joined the In Oxford Group during July 2015 as a Production Assistant, she previously studied a Level 3 Extended Diploma in Art and Design and looks to develop her skills in the area of design whilst working with our team. In her spare time Emma likes to produce portrait illustrations which she often sells to family and friends.


Lorna Dodson

Lorna Dodson

Production Manager

Lorna became Assistant Editor and Production Manager in 2012. She is your go-to point for queries regarding advertising, memberships, copy, and will try to help you with whatever problem you might have… unless it’s psychological.


Keith Simpson

Keith Simpson

Senior Designer

Keith is head of our design and print company, House on the Hill. Before joining he studied Art and Design at Foundation level before going on to gain a degree in Fine Art with Honours specialising in graphic design based artwork, over more traditional forms of art. He is an avid collector of records.


Rob Scotcher

Rob Scotcher

Designer / Photo-videographer

Rob joined The In Oxford Group in 2009, and has since gone on to co-ordinate the production of Living In Oxford Magazine on a monthly basis, as well as specific design projects, our growing range of e-Newsletters and a significant amount of work for the new B4 site. Rob is relishing the opportunities presented to him.


Richard Rosser

Richard Rosser

Chief Executive

Richard has been Chief Executive of The In Oxford Group for 9 years. While dealing with customers at all levels, Richard’s role is to co-ordinate the overall strategy of the Group and develop new products. A publisher, event creator and co-ordinator, his experience and contacts are valued by an ever increasing and impressive portfolio of clients


Colin Rosser

Colin Rosser

Chairman

Colin graduated from Southampton University with an honours degree in Engineering and has spent the last 25 years of his life in Print and Publishing. He was Chairman and Chief Executive of The Goodhead Print Group, in Bicester, which went public in 1985 and had a record turnover of £75 million in 1989. Provides an invaluable level of experience and insight to the rest of the team. He has lived in Headington for the last 26 years with his fashion retailer wife Sue and has two children, Deborah and Richard who is Chief Executive of The In Oxford Group.


Sue Rosser

Sue Rosser

Credit Control & VOUCH

Sue keeps the rest of the office in check and that also extends to our publishing customers and also VOUCH clients with whom she has developed excellent relationships. Having spent over 20 years in retail, Sue now enjoys keeping our customers happy!


Jess Palmer

Jess Palmer

Customer Orders & Invoicing

Jess has been with us for just over two years and is our paperwork Queen. With a busy life including balancing the comings and goings of her four beautiful children, Jess openly admits that work is her ‘escape’!


Amanda Baker

Amanda Baker

Account Manager

Amanda is our B4 account manager, keeping members abreast of forthcoming events, magazine deadlines and special features. Amanda is also present at all B4 events where she will be pleased to facilitate introductions to other B4 members for you.


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– Ashmolean Museum

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– Macdonald Randolph Hotel

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– Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra