Online CV and infrequent blog by Alex Field, Marketing Manager at RMP Enterprise.
Slightly obsessed with technology and its impact on the future - from human to economic to natural. Also love a bit of strategic thinking and understanding how people work, what makes them tick and ultimately how to use technology to improve experiences. Adaptable, a mix of analytic and creative and good at taking a lot of information and processing that into what the marketing industry would call actionable insights. Enjoy learning things, trying things, building things and taking life a little less seriously than I let on.
With roughly ten years professional experience in design and marketing environments I've picked up a lot of a skills along the way. I'm proficient with the of the Adobe Creative Suite, particularly Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver and InDesign. I love Excel and although PowerPoint isn't necessarily a favourite, I’m a dab hand. I know HTML5, CSS3, a bit of jQuery and get Wordpress. SEO, PPC and Paid Social are all under my belt. I manage budgets, people and projects and enjoy coaching and mentoring.
Directly managing 3 of the marketing team. Leading on offline and online marketing for each of the company's brands. Event management, logistics, project management, mentoring and end-to-end traditional and digital marketing projects.
Best Newcomer 2014-15, Employee of the Month December 2015
Part of a centralised marketing team for a global manufacturing and software company. Working with every region in the globe to create advertising campaigns for print, PR, internal product presentations and quarterly employee newsletters. Led the web development project with agency Juicy Media.
Started at LEFA Print whilst at school as an artworker and studio assistant. Internally promoted 3 times to role of Marketing & Online. Leading on redesigning and launching a new website and establishing a new online web-to-print ecommerce system.
Assisting SMEs in South East London with digital marketing. Website builds, paid advertising campaigns, content strategy and creation and social media marketing. As well as branding, strategy and liaising with agencies on behalf of my clients.
Delivered 125 fairs between September and November, achieveing over 60,000 sign ups.
Doubled users and sessions YoY, 2015/16.
Organised and ran event for 500 people, exceeded ticket and sponsorship revenue targets.
Increased site traffic 620% in first month of implementing strategy.
I've currently got a few projects on the go - my main being an online craft beer and real ale blog, MFBR. I love (real) beer, starting with my first Newcastle Brown Ale at the Stage Door in Dartford. Since then it has escalated, hugely helped on by the explosion of the craft beer industry across the globe. So, I did what any millennial would do and started a blog about it...
I help out small local businesses with Marketing and Operations to grow their userbases or revenue - offering consulting, strategy and some delivery services. I'm currently working with photobooth.london and helping launch Oild.