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DRWakefield

The Marketing Centre helps DRWakefield reinvigorate their brand and build a grassroots marketing presence.

Unigloves

The Marketing Centre helps Unigloves to drive revenue growth and increase brand awareness.

NTCADCAM

The Marketing Centre helps NTCADCAM to improve their lead generation process and refine their brand.

Team

Jason Wills
Part-time Marketing Director, Home Counties
Large Co. Experience:Merlin Entertainments; Cineworld

Small Co. Experience:Southern Co-op; Kingfisher Beer
Hilary Scott
Marketing Manager, North West
Large Co. Experience:CRS/CWS

Small Co. Experience:Physiofit; Calderwood Pensions
Michael Marshall-Clarke
Part-time Marketing Director, London

Large Co. Experience: Arcadia/BHS; Liz Earle

Small Co. Experience: GENEU; Kirk Originals

Andrew Scheer
Part-time Marketing Director, Home Counties
Large Co. Experience:Sony; Barclays Bank

Small Co. Experience:Loc8tor Wellwise; Coniq
Katie Richardson
Part-time Marketing Director, Home Counties

Large Co. Experience: ICI plc; Akzo Nobel N.V.

Small Co. Experience: Whitworths Ltd; Oxford Plastic Systems Ltd 

Pat Moores
Part-time Marketing Director, Home Counties

Large Co. Experience: Sony (Psygnosis);  Unilever

Small Co. Experience: Education Guide Ltd;  Kiosk

Tracy Richards
Part-time Marketing Director, West Country and Wales

Large Co. Experience: Bluebird Toys; UKL Ltd 

Small Co. Experience: Tri-ang Toys Ltd; The Ink Group Publishers

Christine Moses
Part-time Marketing Director, South East

Large Co. Experience:Balfour Beatty; AQA 

Small Co. Experience: Jee; Clinicare

Approach

Our method has been fine tuned through the years whilst working with many mid-size businesses. This results in you finding the best Marketing Director for your company and your culture. So how does this work?

Healthcheck

Business owners can become confused about marketing and that’s totally understandable. Between marketing consultant’s jargon and your sales team potentially considering marketing as part of their departmental function, it can become difficult to know how to move forward effectively. In fact, marketing results can lack focus or consistency, both in implementation and in measurement.

The Marketing Centre approach does away with all these confusing elements, encapsulated through our approach of marketing in a straight forward matrix, called the Marketing 360.

Business Insights

As you would think,  having a large team of highly skilled Marketing Directors provides us with access to an abundance of diverse know-how. We want to share this with you, so you can develop a better understanding of why certain factors work (and how), as well as why they don’t always work out as intended. Above all, knowing what to do next.

Marketing Mythbusters #3: Marketing is an unnecessary business ‘cost’
We’ve already looked at lead generation (and how it’s not the be all and end all of marketing) and big ideas (which are useless without informed predictions to back them u ...
  • by Lucy Hogarth
  • 08 Aug 2018
Barriers to Growth, and how marketing can help
After a year or ten at the helm of your business, you’re wondering where to go next. What was a challenging, rewarding experience with new leads and new products every quart ...
  • by Lucy Hogarth
  • 03 Aug 2018
Marketing for financial services: On the money or in the red?
Financial services have changed drastically in the last thirty years. The sector has seen an ongoing drift from no regulation to voluntary regulation, and then to compulsory r ...
  • by Mark Pearson
  • 02 Aug 2018
Marketing Mythbusters #1: B2B Marketing is all about lead generation
When it comes to marketing, the world abounds with bad advice - soft soap and snake oil from self-proclaimed experts who don’t have the credentials, experience or clear proc ...
  • by Rob Croxall
  • 27 Jul 2018
Marketing for manufacturing: 7 deadly sins
Marketing is an oxymoron. On one hand, the fundamentals are deceptively simple: product, price, place, people and those other Ps we love to quote. Under the bonnet, it’s a c ...
  • by Selina Noton
  • 24 Jul 2018
The Marketing Centre book club: Essential summer reading
As the American author Jeannette Walls said, one of the summer’s biggest benefits is the extra light to read by. In addition, of course, summer is synonymous with a well des ...
  • by Clare Methven
  • 18 Jul 2018
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