Tim FlaggPart-time Marketing Director, London
Large Co. Experience: BBC-Worldwide; NBC-Universal
Small Co. Experience: URICA; Imagine Cruising
Sam TurnbullPart-time Marketing Director, South East
Large Co. Experience: Unigate; Nestle
Small Co. Experience: Environet UK (Japanese Knotweed removal sector); Eventa Group (Hen Heaven & the Stag Company travel brands)
Alex HardyPart-time Marketing Director, Yorkshire & Lancashire
Small Co. Experience: Ideal Shopping Direct; Kleeneze
David AbbottPart-time Marketing Director, Yorkshire & Lancashire
Small Co. Experience:House Nameplate Co; Taylor Bracewell
Julie BrookRegional Director, North West
Small Co. Experience:Vital Focus Ltd: HPJ Jewellers; Instep Training and Development
Michael StewartPart-time Marketing Director, Yorkshire & Lancashire
Large Co. Experience: Thomson Travel Group/TUI; Halifax
Small Co. Experience: SIL Holdings Ltd; ProGARM Ltd
Anna Hutton-NorthPart-time Marketing Director, Home Counties
Large Co. Experience: KPMG; Carillion
Small Co. Experience: Project (EU) Ltd; Peacock Engineering Ltd
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?
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.
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.