Alongside working on her own company, Jordan has been working with BoxBottom (Aniff Akinola), who had massive success in the 2000s, having hit single Bounce ‘n’ Boom featuring Big Babba used on a Vimto advert.
Jordan has also been working with Saul Davies from the band James. Saul founded the organisation Everybody Belongs Here who recently put on the Music Feeds Festival to help fight food poverty. While working on the festival as the social media manager, Jordan worked alongside amazingly knowledgeable team members and massive artists, including Liam Gallagher, Sam Smith, and even BIMM alumni Fontaines D.C.
Jordan was also granted the opportunity of campaign managing a show called 'The Fine Art of Social Distancing: Songs for the UK' at New York Venue 'Rolling Live Studies' run by award-winning, multi-platinum music producer, artist manager, and event producer Kenny Brown. Here she was able to closely work with Jesse Malin, Frank Turner, and Rat Scabies.
Most recently, Jordan has been working with Rosellas, who also featured at the Music Feeds Festival.
On her experience at BIMM Institute Manchester, Jordan had this to add:
“Studying at BIMM has allowed me to sharpen my knowledge about the music industry and understand the ins and outs of the music business completely, which has therefore had a direct impact on the strategies I create for promoting music and events. The expertise and industry knowledge demonstrated by every tutor meant that I could learn the theory on which the music business is based and the practical element of applying that theory in a real-life scenario. Due to the wide range of contacts available at BIMM, I have been lucky enough to secure placements with massively successful festivals such as Parklife, Neighbourhood Festival, and Manchester Pride, allowing me to kickstart my career. BIMM has taught me to act as hands-on as possible in every situation and have complete confidence in everything I pursue. I would recommend it for anyone aspiring to succeed in the music business.”