Expert marketing support from a team who understand technology and telecoms and like to do things a little differently.
We’re an experienced team with a deep knowledge of the marketing and strategic needs of the TMT industries, and the expertise to build sustained success.
Prior to founding Redmill Marketing Associates, Guy held business development, product marketing and management roles in a number of companies, including Cantata, Brooktrout Technology and Telesoft Technologies.
Guy is an experienced marketer and has an extensive background in telecoms and IP signalling. He has been a frequent speaker at industry events on topics such as IMS and Service Delivery Platforms.
He has been involved with the complete life cycle of telecoms products, from development through to product validation, installation and interconnection with public networks.Guy holds an MSc from Bath University and a BSc from the University of Leeds.
Robert brings 20 years of sales and marketing experience to his role at Redmill.
Robert has held senior sales and marketing roles in a number of telecommunications and technology companies, and is our resident creative source.
Robert’s skill set ranges from strategic planning through to copywriting and he is our main resource for all things colourful.
A member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, Robert holds an MA in Politics, a CIM Diploma in Marketing and is a certified PRINCE2 practitioner.
Alex joined us in the spring of 2012 to take on responsibility for a variety of marketing tasks. Alex is a recent graduate who enjoys the challenge of learning new skills and has quickly made himself indispensable in the role of marketing manager. He brings a unique perspective to our business and provides us with a broad and growing marketing skill set to call upon.
Alex is responsible for SEO, email campaign management, blogging, social media and content marketing.
Richard is our go to man for anything technical.
He has worked in IT for over 20 years in the construction and retail sectors and developed an extensive knowledge of things the rest of us don’t understand.
His skills include analysis, programming and web development and he’s responsible for developing all of our web sites.
Gary has been creating thought-leadership content and communications for technology companies across a range of media and platforms for over 20 years.
He is an experienced Technology Journalist, Editor & Copywriter, working with high-profile, global technology companies, and leading marketing communications agencies. Gary specialises in Smart cities, Autonomous vehicles, Mobile and UC, ICT, and technology innovation.
Lauren is the latest addition to the team. She's reponsible for social media marketing, reporting and working with customers on day-to-day ad hoc marketing tasks.
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