New Marketing Team at Parnalls Solicitors Ltd
Recent recruits to the team at Parnalls Solicitors Ltd are Kate Davies, Marketing & Communications Manager and Laura Jackson, Creative Design Executive.
Kate will oversee all aspects of marketing, brand & PR for the legal firm and draw on a career working for a range of national, regional and local private and public sector companies including The Body Shop, Beach Retreats at Watergate Bay, South West Tourism, Visit Cornwall, English Heritage and more recently Truro and Penwith College.
A Chartered Marketeer with the Chartered Institute of Marketing, Kate is originally from near Falmouth but has lived locally to Launceston for the past fifteen years.
Laura’s role will be to manage the creative process for all external & internal communications and branding including brochures, adverts, promotional materials and website.
Prior to Joining PSL, Laura worked in London as a designer working with some the leading auction houses. She also worked on freelance digital and design projects whilst completing her Advanced Certificate in Digital Marketing. More recently she was the sole web designer for the UK’s fastest growing retailer, The Range managing all aspects of web design and online marketing.
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