Two new apprentices have joined the team at Tecmark.
Richard Parkinson has joined the digital PR team, while Harry Thornton has settled into the SEO department.
Harry, 21, from Macclesfield, is relishing the challenge ahead. “After completing my level 3 Digital Marketing Apprenticeship, I decided I wanted to continue working in digital marketing, and more specifically, SEO.
“Tecmark seems like the perfect agency for me to carry out my higher apprenticeship and really specialise in my role.
“Whenever I’m not working I enjoy going to gigs and summer festivals, playing guitar and also a good night out.”
Richard, 23 and from Lymm, has worked previously in admin and says “Working here at Tecmark, no two days have been the same! The team is very welcoming and full of laughs.”
Tecmark managing director, Richard Heyes, said, “We are really happy to give these guys the opportunity to work in SEO and marketing.
“The industry feels like it’s growing exponentially at the moment, and Tecmark is the ideal environment to get equipped with the skills needed to flourish in the digital age.
“We welcome Harry and Richard on board and look forward to the value they will add to our hardworking team.”
Our Digital PR apprentice Sarah Pearce has been officially promoted to Digital PR executive – well done Sarah!
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Hana joined us in September 2014 as a content promotion specialist; now she leads our digital PR team and works with clients to increase their brand awareness and media relations.Visit Hana's Page
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