Today, it is our pleasure to announce some exciting news.
We are thrilled to welcome Mr Craig Bradshaw, a longtime friend and exceptional talent, to the Digital Allies team.
He will be joining our team to assist clients with their content strategies, and contributing to wider digital marketing consulting projects for the likes of The North East England Chamber of Commerce, Tait Walker and Luxe Magazine.
If you are unfamiliar with Mr Bradshaw’s pedigree, allow me to embarrass our newest team member. Craig
- Is a remarkably talented and enthusiastic individual with a strong track record of success and achievement for clients in both the B2B and B2C sector.
- Is one of very few people I know that has a genuinely creative mind but also places equal focus on measurement.
- Is a Digital Marketing Consultant for The Business Clinic at Northumbria University, providing advice for business and marketing students as well as a range of companies including SMEs, multinationals, and not for profit organisations.
- Has worked on a number of high-profile client campaigns, including the likes of House of Fraser, Alfred Dunhill, Stagecoach and Scott Logic.
- Has a great Instagram feed sharing an eclectic mix of coffee shops, running vistas, and his enviable footwear collection.
- Contributes regularly to the digital marketing blogs through comments and high-quality posts.
- Was, most recently, the author of this magnificent post on Moz analysing and visualising the competitiveness of any given industry.
- And, perhaps most impressively, dresses impeccably (we will certainly be looking to him for style tips from now on)!
When asked about his new role, Craig said:
“I have long had an affinity for Digital Allies – its purpose, its vision, and its people – but I have most had an affinity for its commitment to sharing their expertise with their clients.
I honestly cannot think of any other organisation in the UK that places as much emphasis on making digital marketing more transparent and accessible to everyone.
I am thrilled to be working with the Digital Allies team to help clients use content as part of a seamless experience across all mediums and channels.”
However, content strategy is not the only place that Craig will be contributing. He is also a huge advocate of the ‘teach a man to fish’ mentality: putting as much emphasis on sharing his knowledge with clients as he does on delivery.
His passion for quality over quantity is infectious, and I hope it rubs off on the rest of the team and our clients. After all, a tremendous part of Digital Allies’ mission is to help make digital marketing consultancy more open and accessible to everyone. With Craig’s addition to the team, I am convinced we will make even greater strides towards our goal.
I would also like to take this opportunity to welcome Mr James McElrue, another highly skilled individual, to the Digital Allies team.
James is a Google Qualified AdWords individual and he has joined our team as an Associate Digital Ally, assisting clients with their paid campaigns, working with the likes of The North East England Chamber of Commerce, The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) and Sedbergh School.
This genuinely is an exciting time as we continue with our vision of building a consultancy that delivers pragmatic and actionable advice to our clients, whatever their sector.