Ruth Conner

Marketing Manager

Ruth Conner

Career Profile

Ruth joined Active as Marketing Manager in January 2016 with more than 17 years experience in B2B & B2C marketing.

Working as Marketing Manager at Catering Butcher and Newboulds Butcher’s owner, Country Valley Foods for 8 years, Ruth gained extensive experience in private sector marketing.

Prior to this, Ruth worked as Marketing Executive at both Durham Tees Valley & Newcastle International Airports and as Sales & Marketing Executive at Hippo Creative in Gateshead.

In 2017, Ruth joined the Marketing & Fundraising Team for The High Tide Foundation, a local charity which brings together industry and education across Teesside to increase awareness of career opportunities for young people in the Tees Valley.

Key Services

Ruth works closely with the directors to implement Active’s marketing strategy. This includes managing the company’s website, blog and social media profile; planning and coordinating Active’s business events programme and supporting the Active team with marketing literature to maximise the offering to clients and business contacts.

Ruth was instrumental in Active’s recent rebranding exercise, working closely with Active’s Directors, the design agency and others to ensure successful implementation of the new Active brand.

Qualifications

CIM (Chartered Institute of Marketing) Level 6 Diploma in Marketing

CIM Diploma in Digital Marketing

NVQ Level 3 in Management

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