Hello World!

My name is Dave Stevens and I am passionate about good marketing that delivers results.  I’ve spent almost twenty years in the profession across public, private, and voluntary sector organisations including work for such organisations as Telefonica O2 (http://www.o2.co.uk/) and Barclays (http://group.barclays.com/home).  Right now, I’m the UK and Ireland Marketing Director at EY (http:///www.ey.co.uk), a global leader in assurance, tax, transactions and advisory services.  I’m recognised as a Chartered Marketer by the Chartered Institute of Marketing (http://www.cim.co.uk/home.aspx).

What follows will cover my views and opinions on the dynamic and groovy marketing profession as it becomes increasingly established as a must-have requirement in business.  And they’re my views and opinions – not those of any of the organisations I’ve worked for.  I hope you find them interesting.

About DaveStevensNow

Dave is an experienced global B2B Chief Marketing Officer / Marketing Director with an established reputation for delivering commercial results in start-up, mid-tier, and blue-chip businesses across professional and financial services, telecoms, and technology sectors. Dave has worked for major brands such as Telefonica O2, EY, and Barclays and held posts from Chief Marketing Officer to Director of Online, has run his own business, and managed a P&L for a major corporate. He is a graduate of Cambridge University, a Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) Chartered Marketer and holds a MBA with Imperial College, London. Dave is a keen cyclist and adventure traveller, is married, and lives in Buckinghamshire. You can read his blogs at www.DaveStevensNow.com.
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