PRCA unveils Creative Marketing Committee
The new PRCA Creative Marketing Committee has been unveiled, featuring globally respected leaders in the marketing industry.
The new Committee will work closely alongside Co-Chairs Paul Williamson and Kat Jackson to provide best practice and cutting-edge insights on how marketers can navigate the constantly shifting marketing landscape.
The new look committee will come together for a PRCA Creative Marketing roundtable event on 29th April at 14:00 GMT ‘COVID: What have we won and lost’.
With more than 20 years’ experience in online and offline marketing, Nick is one of the West Midlands advertising scene’s most influential figures. Nick recently celebrated his 10 year anniversary at the company in 2020, which has seen significant growth under his leadership. His ability to develop strategies that blend multiple campaign channels including radio, TV and national press, digital and direct mail, has resulted in increased sales, awareness and market penetration for blue-chip customers across retail, manufacturing and leisure and travel.
David heads up external and internal communications, digital marketing, brand and reputation for Salisbury Group – a facilities services business. A corporate affairs and communications specialist, David has experience working in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Middle East and USA. He believes that a positive and inclusive culture is key to organisational success.
Ayeni a member of the PRCA’s communications council and fellow of the National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria.