Posted 15th April

IDS welcomes two new marketing team members

15th April 2019 - 12:00pm
IDS, Movers and Shakers, Jobs, Hire, Marketing

IDS has expanded its marketing team by hiring two new members, namely Paul Ricci as digital marketing co-ordinator and Megan Abbotts as marketing assistant.

Ricci brings with him six years of marketing experience and will be overseeing the 14 websites managed by IDS, as well as handling the company’s digital functions, from e-commerce to email campaigns.

Abbotts, having recently achieved a Level 4 NVQ in business administration, will be responsible for supporting IDS branches on a daily basis with their marketing and POS requirements. She has previously worked in sales and marketing as well as events and publications.

MD John Bagshaw said: “We’re excited to be expanding the marketing team with the additions of Paul and Megan. It’s a great opportunity to look forward, invest in talent and find the best ways of supporting our 17-strong branches nationwide to deliver the best service to customers. Increasing our marketing output is just one of the ways we’re doing this.”


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