A former journalist and communication professional has opened Bermuda’s newest public relations firm.

Mikaela Pearman launched Mikaela Ian PR at the end of April and offers bespoke
communications services along with media and video coaching to help clients
expand their impact and income by garnering media attention and exposure.


Ms Pearman has over 15 years of media, communications and marketing
experience. She began her career as a journalist in Bermuda in 2007 with The
Royal Gazette and transitioned to Bermuda Sun in 2010. She has covered countless events locally and internationally and interviewed politicians, heads of state and

Ms Pearman switched to public relations/marketing at a boutique agency,
representing mainly hospitality and telecommunications clients and went on to work with the prestigious 35th America’s Cup, where she was the local face.


She then moved on to Bermuda Skyport as the spokesperson for the LF Wade
International Airport.

Ms Pearman says: “I started Mikaela Ian PR because I saw a gap in the market for a true public relations agency and companies in Bermuda need access to the type of strategic public relations services that we offer. Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to shape the narrative for large scale local initiatives like the America’s Cup and the LF Wade International Airport Redevelopment Project.


I’m looking forward to bringing those services to a wider range of companies looking to share their stories and shape their corporate narratives.”

Over the course of her career, Ms Pearman has worked with a wide array of companies to provide strategic public relations support including Bermuda
Skyport, the 35th America’s Cup, Canadian construction company Aecon, Bermuda CableVision, Coco Reef Resort, Elbow Beach Resort and more.

To learn more about Mikaela Ian PR, please visit or email
Ms Pearman:


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