Tecmark continue expansion with 10 new recruits

Back row (from left to right): Neil Barraclough, Ruth Hartnoll, Kate Madigan, Alex Ashman, David Thompson, Stephen Darwin. Front row (from left to right): Stuart Baxter, Michael Fasipe, Bethany Fearn, Lee Chadwick.

 

Manchester-based digital marketing agency Tecmark has continued its expansion with 10 new recruits joining the company in the first three months of 2015.

The recruits, who bring a wealth of experience across a range of industries, bolster Tecmark’s offices in both Manchester and Liverpool. Their arrivals continue Tecmark’s recent growth.

Tecmark managing director Richard Heyes said: “These are exciting times for Tecmark and I’m sure our newest recruits will make a significant impact across the business – both for our clients and ourselves.

“We’re delighted to welcome each one of them to the Tecmark family and look forward to their skills and knowledge enhancing our offering across the north west.”

Stuart Baxter and Lee Chadwick take up roles as marketing executives, while Stephen Darwin joins as a trainee SEO executive after spending two years running his own business in artist management.

Front-end web developer David Thompson joins from Bath-based branding consultancy Hibbert Harwood and Michael Fasipe joins as a web developer from First Internet.

Alex Ashman brings experience of designing for digital, animation and print to her role of digital designer, while former journalist Neil Barraclough takes up the post of brand communications manager.

Content coordinator Ruth Hartnoll will be based in the company’s Liverpool offices, having previously worked as a copywriter for Click Consult and Rippleffect.

Kate Madigan returns for her second stint at Tecmark, taking on the position of digital project manager.

Bethany Fearn, a finance assistant with several years’ experience in all-round accounts environments, completes the Tecmark 10.

Neil Barraclough

Neil Barraclough

A former journalist with experience in radio, TV and a decade in national newspapers, Neil now focuses on communications and results-driven copywriting.