The Marketing Centre Further Expands Across the North West
The Marketing Centre is rapidly expanding across the North West with its latest appointee, Fiona Bowyer. With Julie Brook leading the regional team, Fiona will be supporting local businesses who are seeking access to professional, experienced marketing advice through her role as part-time marketing director.
The Marketing Centre, a seven-year old business that has pioneered the concept of part-time marketing directors, has a team of 85+ part-time marketing directors covering nine regions across England, Scotland and Wales. There is growing demand for the service, which was founded in response to the increasing number of SME’s looking to invest in marketing, but who were unable to budget for the creation of a full-time position.
Fiona is a strategic and commercial marketing director with more than 25 years’ experience in manufacturing and distribution businesses selling consumer durables and building materials to multiple channels. She has managed premium brands at Kohler & Franke and a market leading trade brand at Bristan. Her approach is to engage individuals and teams across businesses, building collaborative relationships with sales, operations, aftercare and senior management teams to deliver profitable revenue growth and engaging all stakeholders to ensure smooth implementation of new ideas and changed processes. Julie Brook, regional director for the North West comments: “I am delighted to have Fiona joining the Marketing Centre. As a team we are expanding rapidly and we are looking forward to working with more businesses in the region to help build growth and profitability for their shareholders.”
Fiona says, “I’m thrilled to be joining the North West team at The Marketing Centre. There are so many exciting and innovative businesses in our area and I hope to be able to support these local organisations in achieving profitable growth through bespoke marketing strategies that deliver real results and maximise ROI.”
This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by The Marketing Centre.