Rachel is a social media superstar who is responsible for growing Cybertill’s social media networks and marketing communications activities. She started her career as an intern at a local charity and within the space of a year has progressed rapidly into her current role with Cybertill.
Rachel has a Masters Degree in Digital Marketing from Liverpool John Moores University. I think it’s fair to say she knows her stuff!
Loyalty Schemes: Retail Trends in Fashion Retail trends in 2019 will centre around strategies for maintaining customer loyalty. Customers are growing increasingly time-poor with an astonishing amount of choice, wanting real, instant and obvious value when shopping... Read more
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