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Jack Roberts DipM MCIM

Jack Roberts DipM MCIM is an experienced, qualified marketer with 20 years experience helping companies both large and small to develop their marketing.

As well as helping small companies to develop their marketing, he also lectures part-time at Manchester Metropolitan University Business School and is a trainer with various local organisations. The Oxford College of Marketing employ him as a tutor on their professional marketing programmes.

Marketing qualifications include:

  • Chartered Marketer status awarded by the Chartered Institute of Marketing
  • The Diploma of the Chartered Institute of Marketing
  • The Diploma of the Institute of Direct Marketing
  • The Chartered Institute of Marketing´s Certificate in Emarketing Excellence

For details on these qualifications visit www.cim.co.uk or www.theidm.co.uk

Jack says;

“I don´t have one single solution, every business and market is different. First of all, I´ll identify what makes customers buy your product and who those customers are. I´ll work with you to identify what marketing your business needs and then between us we´ll create whatever you need, perfectly suited to your needs.

I´ve created marketing plans and communications across every media and for many business sectors so I can help in delivering any marketing activities you need. I´m experienced in;

  • Direct Marketing
  • Web sites
  • Product and Sales Literature
  • Advertising
  • Email marketing
  • Marketing Planning

I understand the needs of small businesses and have structured the business around what will help them. So whether it´s running your ideas past an expert to make sure you´re on the right track, or regular support in making your marketing campaigns work, I can help.”

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