If you are a regular follower of this blog, firstly thank you, and secondly, you may have noticed that I have been harping on A LOT lately about Account Based Marketing. Now the sceptics among you may think it has something to do with the fact that we are sponsoring the forthcoming B2B Marketing Exhibition, ABM: Getting it right and making it happen…well you would be correct, but not entirely. The real reason we are talking a lot about ABM and in fact the reason we are sponsoring the B2B ABM expo is simple…ABM works, it is very much here to stay and we at Sherpa are leading the way with delivering ABM through channel partners.
This week our blog is a bit different…we recently sponsored Lulu Murphy on her travels to Cambodia, where she was spending a month with families throughout Cambodia to offer vital development within their villages. We support a couple of local charities – Mind BLMK and BEAT – but as a local teenager, we thought it important to get behind this goodwill mission and offer Lulu some sponsorship…on the condition she write a piece telling us all about how she got on! So, here it is…
Lee brings extensive marketing expertise from previous agency roles and his experience of managing numerous, successful teams throughout his career will be integral in his role as Client Services Director and ensuring Sherpa’s customers continue to be fully supported.
Lee welcomed his move, saying, “I am delighted to be joining Sherpa as the business looks to continue its successful growth. Sherpa already has a strong client focus, as evidenced by its long-standing relationships and recent business wins. I am joining a remarkable team who are extremely experienced across the full marketing mix, from data management, strategic planning and ABM to content marketing, SEO and paid traffic. The skill set is incredibly diverse and I am confident that through our combined efforts our global operations will not only become more efficient, but also develop stronger and more valuable business relationships with our clients”.
Sherpa CEO, Tom Perry adds “Sherpa has a wide range of clients, made up of some of the largest companies in the tech space at present and as our client base grows and the marketing landscape continues to change, so do the required skillsets of our core team. I am a big believer of championing our team and investing in them, so ensuring the right person stepped in to the role of Client Services Director has been paramount. I have no doubt that we have found someone in Lee who can actively lead our expansion and grow our operations teams as we take on more global marketing programmes.
“Our vision of creating the world’s best channel marketing agency requires people of Lee’s calibre and I’m delighted he has joined Sherpa at this time of rapid expansion”.
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Well the sun has put his hat in winter storage, bank holiday was a wash out, football season is back…I’m starting to feel more comfortably British. Especially as this week saw the return of the Great British Bake Off. There is nothing more quintessentially British than watching a diverse group of contestants surrounded by bunting, attempting (and often failing) to make delicious baked goods in a marquee, whilst sipping a hot cup of tea (who makes their tea by the way?!). It takes the nation by storm. But what makes this village fete on steroids so very popular. Well, the combination of humour, camaraderie, healthy competition and the magic of combining the perfect blend of ingredients to create a showstopper is utterly engaging.
It seems that everything in life is about creating the perfect mix – this is especially applicable to marketing. The term ‘marketing mix’ is well defined and commonly used. That is because marketing is such a multi-faceted, multi-tactic mechanism. But it was whilst watching Bake Off through slightly envious eyes (tell me I’m not the only one who plans to bake every weekend, but inevitably decides life is too short when M&S does it so well), that I realised that there are plenty of parallels between creating the perfect cake and creating the perfect campaign. Read More