The expansion of our team has continued over recent weeks. Our iPhone and mobile development side of the business is certainly filling a gap in the market nicely, as more businesses switch on to the importance of a mobile marketing strategy.
We’re delighed to welcome to the team:-
Gareth Chadwick, who joins the team as a Client Services Manager, dealing with clients on both the Internet Marketing and Mobile Apps side of the business. He has 4 years’ experience as a search engine consultant. At Tecmark, he’ll report directly into Managing Director, Richard Heyes.
Adrian Wu joins the mobile development team, having graduated with a Computer Sciences degree in summer of this year.
Alex Kelbas also joins as a mobile application developer, again having graduated this year with a degree in Computer Sciences.
Both Alex and Adrian completed degrees that had a large focus on Smartphone development and their skills are welcome by Digital Director, Kevin Jones and Head Developer, Matthew Cawley.
The new recruits mean the team now stands at 11 and the business continues to grow.
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