After two years as Director of Communications for the Ne Timeas Restaurant Group (flour + water, central kitchen, salumeria and trick dog), Temi Adamolekun decided to branch out and set up her own PR company, Pembroke PR.
We specialize in the luxury lifestyle sector working with a range of clients in interior design, jewelry design, a caviar company, a champagne company and projects with a few different high profile chefs. We’ve worked with a wide range of publications including Vogue, Elle Decor, ABC News, Good Morning America,NBC, Fox News, KQED, SF Chronicle, House Beautiful, Architectural Digest, Bon Appetit, Dwell, Forbes, Sunset Magazine.
As Director of Communications, Temi Adamolekun built very strong connections with key national press and local press in San Francisco. In this role, Temi supervised numerous shoots, co-ordinated interviews, set up and managed all social media accounts (twitter, facebook, instagram, pinterest), created, named and managed the blog for the restaurant group and created effective email marketing campaigns. In 2012, Temi was asked to join TEDxPresidio as Co-Director of Media. In this role she conducted live interviews with key note speakers for Justin TV and organized attendance of key members of press including Forbes, KQED, San Francisco Chronicle, Huffington Post, Associated Press, Reuters, Wired, Wall Street Journal and more.
Prior to moving to San Francisco, Temi lived in London. After graduating with a Bachelor of Laws, Temi spent her early career in the Conde Nast Contract Publishing Department where she worked in editorial for GQ, Vogue, Tatler, Brides, The Savoy Magazine, The Harrods Magazine and The British Airways Magazine. She then moved on to a boutique PR agency where she handled accounts for the Marco Pierre White Restaurant Group, The Cinnamon Club, Zuma, Bryant Park Hotel, Anse Chastenet and the launch of Mr & Mrs Smith. Temi then set up her first business, a boutique and tea room which was featured by UK Vogue within 3 months of opening as a ‘Global Hotspot’ and featured Temi in the Financial Times as a budding female entrepreneur.
Temi is an SF Made Advisor and is delighted to be part of a team that aims to "empower manufacturers, create jobs and transform our city".