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Marketing Commander names director of UK business

12.20am 6th December 2007 - Corporate

Andrew Wood, president of Marketing Commander, has announced continued success for the US agency and the hiring of Kevin Kean as director of new business in the UK.

This week Marketing Commander opens its UK office in Manchester to service golf course and hotel businesses with interactive advertising and website development services. Kean’s main responsibilities will be to generate new business, as the UK offices looks to secure 50 accounts in its first year.

“Kevin’s understanding of golf and hospitality industries in the UK makes him an ideal fit for the position as Marketing Commander UK seeks to service those business sectors initially,” said Andrew Wood, president and founder, Marketing Commander Global, “As we grow, we‘ll move into other industries, but initially golf and hotels will be Kean’s focus.”

An honours graduate from the University of Stirling in Scotland, Kean joins the Marketing Commander team after two years of corporate hospitality planning with one of England’s finest hotels. In addition to developing new business, Kean will be responsible for coordinating account services.

“I‘m confident in Marketing Commander as an ideal solution for businesses seeking an all-in-one marketing solution with its ability to generate leads and track advertising results and sales,” stated Kean.

“Marketing Commander Websites are about converting clicks into customers, visitors into subscribers, browsers into loyal customers, and guests into active participants. Successful, consistent marketing is about having the tracking and reports to make the next campaign more appealing and more successful than the last.”

Marketing Commander UK www.golfmarketingcommander.co.uk

       

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