Marketing Moves Interviews Nick Eades

Sandra Malone, Director of Marketing at Marketing Moves, interviewed Nick Eades of Psion Plc.

Engaging with Emerging Markets

We’re reminded of a world-class Hardware/IT brand with a world-staggering market budget and some of the best marketing brains in the world…. agreeing a Middle East advertising campaign featuring a naked woman

Right or Wrong Job?

If you’ve selected the right job and are working in a ‘connected’ environment, and if you look forward to coming to work, than a surprising finding in a recent article by Ned Hallowell

CHAOS 2011 – A creative force for change

As we stumble into the New Year, here at Marketing Moves we’ve been musing about the extensive media comment about an alleged Government intention to use chaos as a creative force for positive change.

Kicking Your Brand into Touch

Gone are the days when developing your brand fit into neat (and sometimes) measurable boxes. You remember: Marketing Communications was responsible for ‘articulating the promise’; Corporate Communications managed your company’s reputation and Customer Services handled enquiries and complaints.

Computers for Charities Case Study

Marketing Moves is the only specialist recruitment company for Marketing Professionals in ICT. As leaders in the field, they have successfully completed marketing recruitment campaigns for over 500 leading ICT companies companies from start-ups to multi-nationals and placed over 1000 marketing professionals in the last three years alone, ranging from Marketing Executives to Marketing VP’s.

Nathan Davies

Nathan Davies recruits for senior marketing roles in Security, Telecoms and eCommerce.

Market Outlook – January 2010

Main trends Vacancy numbers increase by 15% year on year Continued demand for freelance/interim staff

Market Outlook – Autumn 2009

  Main trends: Software firms are definitely starting to lead recovery. OECD sees first signs of upturn in ICT sector in May/June

Market Outlook – Winter 2009

Main trends: Software firms are definitely starting to lead recovery OECD sees first signs of upturn in ICT sector in May/June

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