Manchester-based content marketing specialists Tecmark have moved to strengthen their in-house expertise by recruiting four new members of staff after a series of impressive client wins.
Tecmark managing director Richard Heyes said: “I’m delighted to have secured all four of our new recruits.
“Their talents and expertise will only strengthen our position as we continue to push forward with our exciting growth plans.”
Natalie Booth, whose CV includes spells at iProspect Manchester and theEword, joins Tecmark as head of search. She will work closely with search director Stacey MacNaught to lead the delivery of Tecmark’s SEO and content marketing campaigns.
Client account manager Sarah Mills will work with Tecmark’s operations and sales team to further enhance client relationships. Her previous experience includes seven years at H Bauer, where she worked across the Bauer magazine portfolio.
Content promotion specialist Hana Bednarova joins from Think Money Group, where she was PR executive.
And former Trinity Mirror commercial feature writer Emma Thompson joins Tecmark as content coordinator and will work from the company’s Liverpool offices.
Tecmark, who were recently appointed by ao.com to deliver a major content campaign, were last week shortlisted for Best Large Agency in the Northern Marketing Awards 2015.
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