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Sarah Ironside

Sarah Ironside

Marketing & Communications Director

0203 0112 884

sarah.ironside@peoplepuzzles.co.uk

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With more than 20 years’ experience running marketing teams within corporate businesses, Sarah has worked for Unilever, GSK, Camelot and McDonald’s.

Sarah is an experienced business analyst and consultant having worked in the Food, Leisure, Electronics & Healthcare sectors and before joining People Puzzles specialised in helping small to medium sized businesses develop and deliver ambitious growth strategies through marketing.

Sarah gained a BSc in Management from Reading University and is passionate about identifying customer’s needs and improving our ROI through direct marketing channels and emerging technology. Her responsibilities at People Puzzles include running the marketing team of five people (a growth from two in the last year), and overseeing all marketing from our customer database, through our communication channels, including emails, social media, events LinkedIn, digital and website.

 

This is an inspiring story and its all true. I can’t believe it’s about us! We’ve accomplished a lot over the last 18 months.

Joseph Carr, Managing Director, Carrs Pasties

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