Michael Joins Marketing Team

by | Mar 24, 2017

The Uniserve Group marketing team received a welcomed boost recently when Michael Hurcum joined us as our new Group Marketing Manager.

Michael is an innovative marketing and communications specialist with nine years’ experience managing campaigns for the leisure sector, NHS and local government. With a CIM Diploma in Digital Marketing and a degree in Media Design & Production, his expertise lies in brand management, digital marketing and multi-channel campaign development.

In 2016 Michael became a CIM (Chartered Institute of Marketing) Awards Finalist in the Brand Experience category, for his involvement in the creation and management of a low-cost gym brand.

Michael commented: “It’s great to be involved with such an iconic brand as Uniserve. I am very much looking forward to understanding more about the group and this industry, and to be able to utilise my experience to help spread the word about this great brand”.

Michael is a great addition to our team and his skills and knowledge in all aspects of marketing will be invaluable to us. We are sure you will join us in welcoming him on board.

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