Rose Beaumont
Rose Beaumont

Rose Beaumont

MEDIA CONTACT: Group Head Communications, MasterCard Europe

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Rose Beaumont is group head, Communications for MasterCard Europe. In this role, Rose leads MasterCard’s internal and external communications throughout Europe – focusing on delivering integrated communications solutions that drive MasterCard’s business performance, enhance our reputation and drive engagement and understanding across all audiences.

Prior to joining MasterCard, Rose was with The Walt Disney Company, where she was most recently executive director of communications for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Prior to that, Rose was director of communications for Yahoo! Europe. Rose also brings a wealth of experience from her previous roles as senior press officer at Nickelodeon and at several communications agencies where she worked for American Express, Anheuser Busch, Fruit of the Loom and HSBC. A passionate believer in the power of communications Rose's expertise lies in helping a brand connect with its many audiences in creative and innovative ways.

Rose is part of the European Management team and the Worldwide communications leadership team.

e-mail: rose_beaumont@mastercard.com
phone: +44-2075-57-5199

Recent Posts

Revealed: How the world’s poorest people face a bill of US $321 for beans over rice LONDON UK – October 16, 2017 – The cost of a plate of food in the world’s poorest countries can reach hundreds of US dollars in purchasing power equivalent, new research from the World Food Programme and Mastercard has …
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Philippines, Maguindanao, 17 February 2015 Sapalan Elementary school, Datu Odin Sinsuat. In partnership with the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) and local government units, the World Food Programme (WFP) supports the rebuilding of lives of the returning communities and implements different programmes to ensure that poor, vulnerable and displaced Filipinos in the conflict-affected …
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Nabatiyeh, Lebanon, 20 September 2013 The World Food Programme first piloted the electronic cards in Nabatiyeh in September, introducing a new method of payment to Syrian refugees who have previously been receiving food vouchers. The “e-card” programme is being rolled out in Lebanon with the technical support of MasterCard, as part of a broader partnership …
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Nabatiyeh, Lebanon, 20 September 2013 The World Food Programme first piloted the electronic cards in Nabatiyeh in September, introducing a new method of payment to Syrian refugees who have previously been receiving food vouchers. The “e-card” programme is being rolled out in Lebanon with the technical support of MasterCard, as part of a broader partnership …
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Kenya, Nairobi, Kibera Slum. February 19, 2010 “I learn so many new things at school”…Alex has two passions in life; football and drawing, both of which he has fun doing at school. Alex is 14 years old and lives with his mother, two brothers and two sisters. His mother has a roadside stall selling vegetables …
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Chad, Yakoua, Bol, Lake Chad Basin (Bol region), 27 March 2017 CHAD Chad in Central Africa has one of the highest levels of hunger in the world. Around 87 percent of its mainly rural population lives below the poverty line. High levels of poverty have been exacerbated by numerous conflicts and climate-related disasters over the …
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Chad, Yakoua, Bol, Lake Chad Basin (Bol region), 27 March 2017 CHAD Chad in Central Africa has one of the highest levels of hunger in the world. Around 87 percent of its mainly rural population lives below the poverty line. High levels of poverty have been exacerbated by numerous conflicts and climate-related disasters over the …
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Central African Republic, 30 March 2014 At the peak of the crisis, in December 2013, more than 100 IDPs took temporary shelter in the orphanage being located in the safer side of the city. When things seemed to calm down, the IDPs left to the larger camps to reunite with parts of their families with …
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At the Global Citizen Festival Hamburg, Mastercard and the World Food Programme (WFP) will announce a new commitment in their continued vision to reverse the cycle of hunger and poverty.  Connecting Mastercard’s expertise in technology and digital innovation with WFP’s work providing vital food assistance and resilience-building programmes to vulnerable communities.  100 Million Meals is a …
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Central African Republic, 30 March 2014 At the peak of the crisis, in December 2013, more than 100 IDPs took temporary shelter in the orphanage being located in the safer side of the city. When things seemed to calm down, the IDPs left to the larger camps to reunite with parts of their families with …
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