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New Attercopia arrivals – welcome Jamie Wreford

Since Search Marketing is central to everything we do at Attercopia, we’re excited to announce the arrival of Jamie Wreford, our brilliant, brand new Head of Search.

Jamie has a strong background in sales, which will perfectly complement our dynamic Search Marketing department’s existing staff skillsets in SEO, PPC and content writing.

Jamie also has a wealth of management experience, having previously worked as an E-Commerce Manager for global appliance manufacturer Fired Up Corporation, where he spent the past five years – so he’ll be perfectly equipped to keep the team motivated and functioning at its best.

In his former role, he was responsible for delivering maximum profit for the business through each of their sales channels. He’ll therefore be adept at developing effective and innovative marketing strategies to increase custom for our wide range of clients.
Aside from his solid work experience, outstanding factors which emerged during Jamie’s selection process were his strong work ethic and eagerness to learn, qualities which are central to the Attercopia brand, where we’re constantly on the lookout for fresh and innovative ways to fulfil the needs of our clients.

Outside of work, Jamie likes to keep fit by going to the gym a few times a week and he’s also an avid football fan who supports Man United and enjoys a kick about from time to time.

Head of Search won’t be the only new role for Jamie this year, as he and his wife are expecting their first child in November, so he’ll be adding Daddy to his CV too.

Jamie is a welcome addition to the Attercopia family and his arrival marks the start of an exciting new chapter.

We can’t wait to see what ideas, knowledge and expertise he’ll bring to the business and to work with him to help Attercopia soar from strength to strength.

To find out how our Search Marketing team can boost your business, Call 01484 44 33 22.

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